POLYMERS Vol.58@No.10 October 2009
POLYMERS@Vol.58@No.10
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COVER STORY
Polymer Science by Quantum Beam Source
Quantum beam sources such as synchrotron, neutron, and positron accelerators give researchers exciting opportunities for advanced research. To promote the research activities, newly designed beam-lines and facilities with best performance are under construction in Japan, and will also open to not only academic users but also collaborative research groups of industry and academia, industrial applications and so forth. Taking this situation into consideration, our special issue presents state-of-the-art information and a future perspective of polymer science employing quantum beam sources.
iEditors: SAKURAI, ITO, KIKUCHI and UTSUNOMIYAIj
Commentary
Polymer Science and Quantum-beam Large Research Facilities Yoshiyuki AMEMIYA
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Hot Topics in Polymer Science in Japan
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Polymer Science and I: A Personal Account
Analytical Techniques of Invisible Phenomena Kazuhiro KAMIGUCHI

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My World Expanded through Research Life Ayae SUGAWARA

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COVER STORY: Highlight Reviews
Current and Future Trends in Synchrotron Radiation Experiments on Polymers Naoto YAGI
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Neutron Scattering for Polymer Science at Reactor and Spallation Sources Satoshi KOIZUMI
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Advanced Polymer Research using High-Intensity Positron Beam Ryoichi SUZUKI
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Glossary for Highlight Reviews
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COVER STORY: Topics and Products
In-situ Observation of Structure Formation in Polymer Processing Hiroki MURASE
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Structural Analysis of Block Copolymer in Self-Assembling Process using Time-Resolved GI-SAXS Kazuyuki OKADA
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Morphology Observation of Polymer Composites with X-Ray Imaging Techniques Hiroyuki KISHIMOTO
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Structural Analysis of Polymer Gel Network by SANS Kazutoshi HARAGUCHI
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Polyolefin Structure Analyses by Neutron Scattering Yoshinobu NOZUE and Takashi SAKURAI
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Analysis of Polymer thin Films and Interfaces Masashi HARADA
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Local Vacancies in Optical Modulation Polymers Studied by Positron Annihilation Lifetime Measurements Akira SHIMAZU
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Front-Line Polymer Science
Design of New Nanobiomaterials by Nanogel Engineering Yoshihiro SASAKI and Kazunari AKIYOSHI
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Messages: “Work and Life”
This and That which I Think now Toyoko IMAE
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As a Supervisor for Industry, Academia, and Government Organizations Yuko MAEDA
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Messages from SPSJ
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