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Shunsuke Hirotsu "Coexistence of Phases and the Nature of
First-Order Transition in Poly-N-isopropylacrylamide Gels",
Masayuki Tokita "Friction between Polymer Networks of Gels
Masahiro Irie "Stimuli-Responsive Poly(N-isopropyl-
acrylamide), Photo- and Chemicals-Induced Phases Transitions
Edward Cussler, Karen Wang, John Burban"Hydrogels as
Stevin Gehrke "Synthesis, Equilibrium Swelling, Kinetics
Permeability and Applications of Environmentally Responsive
Pedro Verdugo "Polymer Gel Phase Transition in Condensation-
Decondensation of Secretory Products",
Etsuo Kokufuta "Novel Applications for Stimulus-Sensitive
Polymer Gels in the Preparation of Functional Immobilized
Teruo Okano "Molecular Design of Temperature-Responsive
Polymers as Intelligent Materials",
Atsushi Suzuki "Phase Transition in Gels of Sub-Millimeter
Size Induced by Interaction with Stimuli",
Makoto Suzuki, O. Hirasa "An Approach to Artificial Muscle
by Polymer Gels due to Micro-Phase Separation".
Coexistence of phases and the nature of first-order phase transition in poly-N-isopropylacrylamide gels.- Friction between polymer networks of gels and solvent.- Stimuli-responsive poly(N-isopropylacrylamide). Photo- and chemical-induced phase transitions.- Hydrogels as separation agents.- Synthesis, equilibrium swelling, kinetics, permeability and applications of environmentally responsive gels.- Polymer gel phase transition in condensation-decondensation of secretory products.- Novel applications for stimulus-sensitive polymer gels in the preparation of functional immobilized biocatalysts.- Molecular design of temperature-responsive polymers as intelligent materials.- Phase transition in gels of sub-millimeter size induced by interaction with stimuli.- An approach to artificial muscle using polymer gels formed by micro-phase separation.