Morioka, Japan
Morioka, Japan

Iwate University is a national university in Morioka, Iwate, Japan. This university has been called "Gandai" in Japan. The predecessor of the school was founded in 1876, and was chartered as a university in 1949. Wikipedia.


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Mitsubishi Kagaku Foods Corporation and Iwate University | Date: 2015-12-30

Provided is a novel method for preventing and/or treating hairy wart disease which is a hoof and leg disease of ungulates. The method is carried out by administering an isothiocyanic acid ester such as allyl isothiocyanate to a hoof of an ungulate. Examples of ungulates targeted for application of the present invention include cows such as dairy cows as well as sheep, pigs and horses.


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Mitsubishi Kagaku Foods Corporation and Iwate University | Date: 2016-05-11

Provided is a novel method for preventing and/or treating hairy wart disease which is a hoof and leg disease of ungulates. The method is carried out by administering an isothiocyanic acid ester such as allyl isothiocyanate to a hoof of an ungulate. Examples of ungulates targeted for application of the present invention include cows such as dairy cows as well as sheep, pigs and horses.


A composite material including a carbon-containing material and a non-stoichiometric titanium compound shown by a chemical formula of Li_(4+x)Ti_(5x)O_(12), where x is in a range of 0


There is provided a novel slurry composition for forming a lithium secondary battery electrode which can improve homogeneity of an electrode active material and a conductive assistant even without using an organic solvent and can improve the binding of an electrode active material and a conductive assistant with an electrode collector, and a lithium secondary battery with improved charge/discharge cycle characteristics and battery capacity. A slurry composition for forming a lithium secondary battery electrode, characterized by comprising an electrode active material (A), a conductive assistant (B), and a pulverized cellulose fiber (C) as an aqueous binder, and a lithium secondary battery electrode and a lithium secondary battery which are obtained using the composition, and an aqueous binder used for the composition.


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Oigen Foundry Co. and Iwate University | Date: 2015-02-25

A surface treatment method for an iron-cast product, which enables to give an anti-corrosion property to an iron-cast product and to produce a product having a rich texture by using only plant-derived materials suitable to kitchenware. A surface of the iron-cast product is applied with charcoal-containing oil, obtained by adding a plant-derived charcoal powder to vegetable oil, and heated and dried.


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Dainippon Ink, Chemicals and Iwate University | Date: 2016-06-22

The present invention relates to a method for manufacturing a polyarylene sulfide resin comprising: a step of reacting a poly(arylenesulfonium salt) having a constitutional unit represented by the following formula (1) with an aliphatic amide compound to obtain a polyarylene sulfide resin having a constitutional unit represented by the following formula (2):^(1) represents a direct bond, -Ar^(2)-, -Ar^(2)-S- or -Ar^(2)-O-; Ar^(1) and Ar^(2) each represent an arylene group optionally having a functional group as a substituent; R^(2) represents an alkyl group having 1 to 10 carbon atoms or an aromatic group optionally having an alkyl group having 1 to 10 carbon atoms as a substituent; and X^(-) represents an anion,^(1) and Ar^(1) are the same as described above.


The present invention relates to a method for manufacturing a polyarylene sulfide resin comprising: reacting a sulfoxide represented by the following formula (1) with a particular aromatic compound to obtain a poly(arylenesulfonium salt) having a particular constitutional unit; and dealkylating or dearylating the poly(arylenesulfonium salt) to obtain a polyarylene sulfide resin having a particular constitutional unit,


The present invention relates to a method for manufacturing a polyarylene sulfide resin comprising: reacting a sulfoxide represented by the following formula (1) with a particular aromatic compound to obtain a poly(arylenesulfonium salt) having a particular constitutional unit; and dealkylating or dearylating the poly(arylenesulfonium salt) to obtain a polyarylene sulfide resin having a particular constitutional unit,^(1) represents an alkyl group having 1 to 10 carbon atoms, etc.; Ar^(1) and Ar^(2) each independently represent an arylene group optionally having a substituent; and Z represents a direct bond, etc.


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Dainippon Ink, Chemicals and Iwate University | Date: 2014-09-02

The present invention relates to a method for manufacturing a polyarylene sulfide resin comprising: a step of reacting a poly(arylenesulfonium salt) having a constitutional unit represented by the following formula (1) with an aliphatic amide compound to obtain a polyarylene sulfide resin having a constitutional unit represented by the following formula (2): wherein R^(1 )represents a direct bond, Ar^(2), Ar^(2)S or Ar^(2)O; Ar^(1 )and Ar^(2 )each represent an arylene group optionally having a functional group as a substituent; R^(2 )represents an alkyl group having 1 to 10 carbon atoms or an aromatic group optionally having an alkyl group having 1 to 10 carbon atoms as a substituent; and X^() represents an anion, wherein R^(1 )and Ar^(1 )are the same as described above.


Kobayashi S.,Iwate University
Physical Review Letters | Year: 2011

We study the scaling properties of magnetic minor hysteresis loops in a polycrystalline dysprosium metal, varying temperature and magnetic-field amplitudes. We observe irreversibility-related hysteresis loss in the helical antiferromagnetic phase, which is related with remanent flux density as a power law with the same scaling exponent of 1.25±0.05 as that in ferromagnetic materials. In contrast to hysteresis scalings in ferromagnets associated with 180° Bloch walls, the observed law is governed by spiral walls which separate helical domains with oppositely rotating spins. © 2011 American Physical Society.

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