Research Activities

Hiroyuki Oshima

Academic papers

  • Electrophoresis of colloidal particles in a salt-free medium. H. Ohshima, Chemical Engineering Science, 61, pp 2104-2107, 2006. (Referee reading provided)
  • Electrophoresis of diffuse soft particles. J.F.L. Duval and H. Ohshima, Lamgmuir, 22, pp 3533-3546, 2006. (Referee reading provided)
  • Electrophoresis of soft particles: Analytic approximations. H. Ohshima, Electrophoresis, 27, pp 526-533, 2006. (Referee reading provided)
  • Electrophoresis, H. Ohshima, in ��Wiley Encyclopedia of Biomedical Engineering�� (Ed. Metin Akay), Hoboken,John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2006.
  • Primary Electroviscous Effect in a Dilute Suspension of Charged Spherical Colloidal Particles. H. Ohshima, Lamgmuir, 22. pp 2863-2869, 2006. (Referee reading provided)

Book

  • Charged Particles and Droplets - Overview, H. Ohshima, in ��Finely Dispersed Particles: Micro-, Nano-, and Atto-Engineering��, (Eds. A.M. Spasic and Jyh-Ping Hsu), CRC press, 2005, Chapter 2, pp. 27-42.
  • Diffuse Double Layer Equations for Use in Surface Complexation Models: Approximations and Limits, H. Ohshima, in ��Surface Complexation Modeling��, (Ed. J. Luetzenkirchen) Elsevier, 2006, Chapter 3.
  • Electrostatic Interaction between Colloidal Particles, Analytic Approximation, H. Ohshima, in ��Colloid Stability-The Role of Surface Forces��, Vol. 1, (Ed. T.F. Tadros, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2006, Chapter 3, pp. 49-72.
  • Theory of Colloid and Interfacial Electric Phenomena, H. Ohshima, Amsterdam, Elsevier, 2006.

Invited Lecture

  • Colloid Vibration Potential and Ion Vibration Potential in a Suspension of Colloidal Particles, Hiroyuki Oshima, The Symposium of Year of Germany in Japan, The Centennial Hall of the Tokyo Institute of Technology, March 28, 2006
  • Colloid Vibration Potential in a Suspension of Soft Particles as a Model for Humic Substances. 4th International Conference Interfaces Against Pollution, IAP 2006,Granada Spain, June 5, 2006

Research Results in the Center for Drug Delivery Research

Research Results of Staff