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Chemical educator

Tadashi Hasegawa, Japanese chemical educator. Achievements include photocyclization of Alpha and Beta Oxoamides, photocyclization via remote hydrogen transfer in dicarbonyl systems, Stern-Volmer quenching kinetics in photoreaction systems with strong internal filter, surface photochemistry. Grantee Japanese Ministry of Education, 1981.

Background

Hasegawa, Tadashi was born on October 25, 1948 in Chuouku, Tokyo, Japan. Son of Shuji and Rei (Yoshino) Hasegawa.

Education

Doctor of Science, Tokyo Kyoiku University, 1976.

Career

Research associate Michigan State University, East Lansing, 1978-1980. Assistant professor Tokyo Gakugei University, Koganie, Japan, 1980-1982, associate professor Japan, 1982-1996, professor Japan, since 1996. Visiting professor Nihon Medical College, 1994-1995, Emory University, 1999-2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include photocyclization of Alpha and Beta Oxoamides, photocyclization via remote hydrogen transfer in dicarbonyl systems, Stern-Volmer quenching kinetics in photoreaction systems with strong internal filter, surface photochemistry.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals including Bulletin Chemical Society Japan, Journal Chemical Society Chemical Communications, Journal Chemical Society Perkin transactions 1, Journal Photochemistry and Photobiology, Tetrahedron Letters, Journal American Chemical Society.

Membership

Member Chemical Society Japan, American Chemical Society, Japanese Photochemistry Association, Society Synthetic Organic Chemistry Japan.

Connections

Married Yoshie Kobayashi, October 3, 1975. 1 child, Masashi.

father:
Shuji Hasegawa

mother:
Rei (Yoshino) Hasegawa

spouse:
Yoshie Kobayashi

child:
Masashi Hasegawa