KAKIUCHI, Takuhiro

Graduate School of Science and Engineering Engineering for Production and Environment
PositionAssistant Professor
Last Updated :2017/11/08

Researcher Profile and Settings


  •  - 2008 , The Graduate University for Advanced Studies
  •  - 2006 , Ehime University
  •  - 2004 , Ehime University, Faculty of Science

Research Activities


  • Total photoabsorption cross-sections of CF3SF5 in the C, F, and S K-shell regions
    ElsevierChem. Phys. Lett., 392,   2004
  • Site-specific fragmentation caused by Si:1s core-level photoionization of F3SiCH2CH2Si(CH3)3 vapor
    Chem. Phys. Lett., 412, (4-6) 459 - 463,   2005
  • Recent progress in coincidence studies on ion desorption induced by core excitation
    J. Phys. : Condens. Matter, 18, (30) S1389 - S1408,   2006
  • Kinetics of the reaction by which natural vitamin E is regenerated by vitamin C
    ElsevierChem. Phys. Lipids, 146,   2007
  • Development of an electron electron ion coincidence analyzer for Auger photoelectron coincidence spectroscopy (APECS) and electron ion coincidence (EICO) spectroscopy
    ElsevierJ. Electron. Spectros. Relat. Phenom., 161,   2007
  • Construction and evaluation of a miniature electron ion coincidence analyzer mounted on a conflat flange with an outer diameter of 114 mm
    Takuhiro KAKIUCHI, Eiichi KOBAYASHI, Koji K. OKUDAIRA, Narihiko FUJITA, Masatoshi TANAKA, Kazuhiko MASE, The Japan society for analytical ChemistoryAnalytical Sciences, 24, (1) 87 - 92,   2008
  • Silicon single crystal wafer holder with a cold trap and a direct heating mechanism mounded on a conflat flange with an outer diameter of 70 mm
    Shinku, 50, (1) 57 - 59,   2007
  • Titanium dioxide (TiO2) single crystal holder with a cold trap and a heating mechanism mounted on a conflat flange with an outer diameter of 70 mm
    J. Vac. Soc. Jpn., 51,   2008
  • Development of an Electron Electron Ion Coincidence Apparatus for Auger-Photoelectron Coincidence Spectroscopy (APECS) and Electron Ion Coincidence (EICO) Spectroscopy
    Photon FactoryPF Activity Report 2006, Part A, Highlights 55, A,   2007
  • Development of an Apparatus for High-Resolution Auger Photoelectron Coincidence Spectroscopy (APECS) and Electron Ion Coincidence (EICO) spectroscopy
    Takuhiro KAKIUCHI, Shogo HASHIMOTO, Narihiko FUJITA, Kazuhiko MASE, Masatoshi TANAKA, Makoto OKUSAWA, The Vacuum society of JapanJournai of the Vacuum society of Japan, 51, (11) 749 - 757,   2008
  • Tunneling Effect in Antioxidant Reaction of Flavonoid
    Takuhiro Kakiuchi, Kazuo Mukai, Keishi Ohara, Shin-ichi Nagaoka, Chemical Society of JapanBull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 82, (2) 216 - 218,   2009
  • Auger-Electron Spectra of F3SiCH2CH2Si(CH3)3 Obtained by Using Monochromatized Synchrotron Radiation
    ElsevierJ. Electron Spectrosc. Relat. Phenom., 175, (1-3) 14 - 20,   2009
  • Hydrogen ion desorption from amorphous carbon films induced by resonant core electron excitations
    ELSEVIERNuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B, 268, (2) 127 - 130,   2010
  • Topmost-surface-sensitive Si-2p photoelectron spectra of clean Si(100)-2×1 measured with photoelectron Auger coincidence spectroscopy Surface Science
    ElsevierSurf. Sci., 604, (9-10) L27 - L30,   2010
  • Surface-Site-Selective study of Valence Electronic Structures of Clean Si(100)-2×1 Using Si-L23VV Auger Electron - Si-2p Photoelectron Coincidence Spectroscopy
    The Physical Society of JapanJournal of Physical Society of Japan, 79,   2010
  • Ion Desorption from Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Induced by Soft X-ray Illumination
    The Japan Society of Applied JapanJpn. J. Appl. Phys., 49,   2010
  • Surface-site-selective study of valence electronic states of a clean Si(111)-7×7 surface using Si-L23VV Auger electron and Si-2p photoelectron coincidence measurements
    American Physical SocietyPhysical Review B, 83,   2011
  • Auger electron spectra of hydrogenated Si(111)-1×1 surface obtained from Si-L23Vv Auger electron Si-2p photoelectron coincidence measurements
    IOP PublishingJournal of Physics, 288,   2011
  • A Study to Control Chemical Reactions Using Si:2p Core Ionization: Site-Specific Fragmentation
    American Chemical SocietyJ. Phys. Chem. A, in press,   2011

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