An original paper by Hayashi et al, A01, has been published

T. Sotani, M. Otoba, M. Hosotani, T. Hayashi, H. Sogawa and F. Sanda, Bipyridine-containing π-conjugated polymers bearing optically active amide groups: mechanistic aspects of formation of chiral higher-order structures, Polymer Chemistry15, 915-923 (2024). A01

S. Seong, H. Kang, H. Kim, Y. J. Son, J. Jang, S. Maeda, S. Chikami, T. Hayashi, H. J. Yoon and J. Noh, Effects of the substituent position on the structural order, work function change, and thermopower of dichloro-substituted benzenethiolate self-assembled monolayers on Au (1 1 1), Applied Surface Science643, 158661 (2024). A01

D. Seo, S. Seong, H. Kim, H. S. Oh, J. H. Lee, H. Kim, Y. O. Kim, S. Maeda, S. Chikami, T. Hayashi and J. Noh, Molecular Self-Assembly and Adsorption Structure of 2,2′-Dipyrimidyl Disulfides on Au(111) Surfaces, Molecules29(4), 846 (2024). A01

J. Moon, G. Hu and T. Hayashi, Application of Machine Learning in the Quantitative Analysis of the Surface Characteristics of Highly Abundant Cytoplasmic Proteins: Toward AI-Based Biomimetics, Biomimetics (Basel)9(3), 162 (2024). A01

S. Chikami, S. Maeda, G. V. Latag, R. Kaizu, N. Tanji, M. Ezure, S. Nagase and T. Hayashi, Analysis of the hydration water on the surface of human hair using a combination of infrared absorption vibrational spectroscopy and multivariate curve resolution, Surface and Interface Analysis, (2024) (in print) A01

N. Rajapriya Inbaraj, S. Song, R. Chang, K. Fujita and T. Hayashi, Investigation of Hydration States of Ionic Liquids by Fourier Transform Infrared Absorption Spectroscopy: Relevance to Stabilization of Protein Molecules, Langmuir39, 2558-2568 (2023). A01

G. V. Latag, T. Nakamura, D. Palai, E. A. Q. Mondarte and T. Hayashi, Investigation of Three-Dimensional Bacterial Adhesion Manner on Model Organic Surfaces Using Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Energy Dissipation Monitoring, ACS Appl Bio Mater6, 1185-1194 (2023). A01