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Publication List- Reviews

  1. Raman applications in cancer studies,
    Young-Kun Min and Satoru Naito and Hiroya Yamazaki and Ehiichi Kohda and Hiro-o Hamaguchi,
    Raman spectroscopy for soft matter applications, 269-290 (2009).
  2. Frontiers of Linear and Non-linear Raman Spectroscopy / From a molecule to a Living Cell,
    H. Hamaguchi,
    Frontiers of Molecular Spectroscopy, 13-34 (2008).
  3. Local structure formation in alkyl-imidazolium-based ionic liquids as revealed by linear and nonlinear Raman spectroscopy.
    Koichi Iwata, Hajime Okajima, Satyen Saha and Hiro-o Hamaguchi,  
    Accounts of Chem. Research, 40, 1174-1181 (2007).
  4. Structure of Ionic Liquids and Ionic Liquid Compounds: Are Ionic Liquids Genuine Liquids in the Conventional Sense?
    Hiro-o Hamaguchi and Ryosuke Ozawa,
    Adv. Chem. Phys., 131 85-104, (2005).
  5. Raman and X-ray studies on the structure of [bmim]X (X=Cl, Br, I, [BF4], [PF6]): Rotational isomerism of the [bmim](+) cation.
    Hiro-o Hamaguchi, Satyen Saha, Ryosuke Ozawa and Satoshi Hayashi,
    Ionic Liquids IIIA: Fundamentals, Progress, Challenges, and Opportunities, Properties and Structure ACS Sympo. Series, 901 68-78, (2005).
  6. Nanosecond Time-resolved Dispersive Infrared Spectroscopy.
    Mamoru Hashimoto, Tetsuro Yuzawa, Chihiro Kato, Koichi Iwata and Hiro-o Hamaguchi,
    Handbook of Vibrational Spectroscopy, J.M. Chalmers and P.R. Griffiths eds. John Wiley and Sons Ltd., Chichester., 666-676 (2002).
  7. Recent Developments in Ultrafast Time-resolved Vibrational Spectroscopy of Electronically Excited States.
    H. Hamaguchi
    Acta Physica Polonica A, 95 (1) 37-48 (1999).
  8. Structure and Dynamics of Electronically Excited Diphenylacetylene in Different Environments.
    H. Hamaguchi and T. Ishibashi,
    Structure and Dynamics of Electronic Excited States, J. Laane, H. Takahashi and A. Bandrauk eds. 163-176, Springer (1999).
  9. Non-linear Raman Spectroscopy.
    H. Hamaguchi,
    Nonlinear Specrtroscopy for Molecular Structure Determination, R. W. Field, E. Hirota, J. P. Maier and S. Tsuchiya eds., Chapter 8 203-222, Blackwell Science, (1998).
  10. Ultrafast Time-resolved Spontaneous and Coherent Raman Spectroscopy: The Structure and Dynamics of Photogenerated Transient Species.
    H. Hamaguchi and T. L. Gustafson
    Ann. Rev. Phys. Chem., 45, 593-622 (1994).
  11. Dichronic Orientation of Phytochrome-Theories and Experiments.
    C. Sundqvist and H. Hamaguchi,
    Phytochrome and Photoregulation in Plants, M. Furuya ed. 179-190 (1987).
  12. Transient and Time-resolved Raman Spectroscopy of Short-lived Intermediate Species.
    H. Hamaguchi,
    Vibrationla Spectra and Structure, J. R. Durig ed., Chapter 4, 16, 227-309, Elsevier (1987).
  13. Application of time-resolved Resonance Raman Spectroscopy to Some Organic Photochemical Proscesses in Solution.
    H. Hamaguchi,
    Time-resolved Vibrational Spectroscopy, A. Laubereau and M. Stockburger eds., 142-146 (1985).
  14. Transient Raman Studies of the Cis-trans Photoisomerization Processes in Stilbene and Retinal.
    H. Hamaguchi,
    J. Mol. Struct., 126, 125-132 (1985).
  15. The Resonance Effect and Depolarization in Vibrational Raman Scattering.
    H. Hamaguchi,
    Advances in Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy, R. J. H. Clark and R. E. Hester eds., Chapter 6, 12, 273-310, Wiley-Heyden, (1985).

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