Daichi Kitagawa
Daichi Kitagawa
Osaka Metropolitan University
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Photoinduced twisting of a photochromic diarylethene crystal
D Kitagawa, H Nishi, S Kobatake
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52 (35), 9320-9322, 2013
Control of photomechanical crystal twisting by illumination direction
D Kitagawa, H Tsujioka, F Tong, X Dong, CJ Bardeen, S Kobatake
Journal of the American Chemical Society 140 (12), 4208-4212, 2018
Crystal thickness dependence of photoinduced crystal bending of 1, 2-bis (2-methyl-5-(4-(1-naphthoyloxymethyl) phenyl)-3-thienyl) perfluorocyclopentene
D Kitagawa, S Kobatake
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117 (40), 20887-20892, 2013
Mechanical behavior of molecular crystals induced by combination of photochromic reaction and reversible single-crystal-to-single-crystal phase transition
D Kitagawa, K Kawasaki, R Tanaka, S Kobatake
Chemistry of Materials 29 (17), 7524-7532, 2017
Photoreversible current ON/OFF switching by the photoinduced bending of gold-coated diarylethene crystals
D Kitagawa, S Kobatake
Chemical communications 51 (21), 4421-4424, 2015
Hybrid organic-inorganic photon-powered actuators based on aligned diarylethene nanocrystals
X Dong, F Tong, KM Hanson, RO Al-Kaysi, D Kitagawa, S Kobatake, ...
Chemistry of Materials 31 (3), 1016-1022, 2019
Mechanical properties and peculiarities of molecular crystals
WM Awad, DW Davies, D Kitagawa, JM Halabi, MB Al-Handawi, I Tahir, ...
Chemical Society Reviews, 2023
1, 2-Diarylbenzene as Fast T-type Photochromic Switch
D Kitagawa, T Nakahama, Y Nakai, S Kobatake
Journal of Materials Chemistry C 7 (10), 2865-2870, 2019
Dependence of photoinduced bending behavior of diarylethene crystals on irradiation wavelength of ultraviolet light
D Kitagawa, R Tanaka, S Kobatake
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (41), 27300-27305, 2015
Crystal thickness dependence of the photoinduced crystal bending of 1-(5-methyl-2-(4-(p-vinylbenzoyloxymethyl)phenyl)-4-thiazolyl)-2-(5-methyl-2-phenyl-4 …
D Kitagawa, S Kobatake
Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences 13, 764-769, 2014
Correlation between steric substituent constants and thermal cycloreversion reactivity of diarylethene closed-ring isomers
D Kitagawa, K Sasaki, S Kobatake
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan 84 (2), 141-147, 2011
Light‐Powered Autonomous Flagella‐Like Motion of Molecular Crystal Microwires
F Tong, D Kitagawa, I Bushnak, RO Al‐Kaysi, CJ Bardeen
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 60 (5), 2414-2423, 2021
Photoinduced rapid and explosive fragmentation of diarylethene crystals having urethane bonding
D Kitagawa, T Okuyama, R Tanaka, S Kobatake
Chemistry of Materials 28 (14), 4889-4892, 2016
Dependence of photoinduced bending behavior of diarylethene crystals on ultraviolet irradiation power
A Hirano, T Hashimoto, D Kitagawa, K Kono, S Kobatake
Crystal Growth & Design 17 (9), 4819-4825, 2017
Photomechanically Induced Magnetic Field Response by Controlling Molecular Orientation in 9‐Methylanthracene Microcrystals
F Tong, W Xu, M Al-Haidar, D Kitagawa, RO Al-Kaysi, CJ Bardeen
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 57 (24), 7080-7084, 2018
Strategy for molecular design of photochromic diarylethenes having thermal functionality
D Kitagawa, S Kobatake
The Chemical Record 16 (4), 2005-2015, 2016
Photomechanical motion of diarylethene molecular crystal nanowires
F Tong, D Kitagawa, X Dong, S Kobatake, CJ Bardeen
Nanoscale 10 (7), 3393-3398, 2018
Wavelength-selective and high-contrast multicolour fluorescence photoswitching in a mixture of photochromic nanoparticles
S Ishida, T Fukaminato, D Kitagawa, S Kobatake, S Kim, T Ogata, ...
Chemical communications 53 (59), 8268-8271, 2017
Photoinduced micropatterning by polymorphic crystallization of a photochromic diarylethene in a polymer film
D Kitagawa, I Yamashita, S Kobatake
Chemical Communications 46 (21), 3723-3725, 2010
Photoinduced stepwise bending behavior of photochromic diarylethene crystals
D Kitagawa, R Tanaka, S Kobatake
CrystEngComm 18 (38), 7236-7240, 2016
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