Search Results1-8 of  8

  • 長南 康正 ID: 9000008122165

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • 新しい畜産技術の問題(6)皮革の加工技術と利用法を展望する (特集 新世紀へ向かう畜産) -- (産業動物分野) (2000)
  • 長南 康正 ID: 9000008538841

    Articles in CiNii:15

    • カルボジイミド類を用いた牛皮コラ-ゲン繊維のカルボキシル基の修飾 (1978)
    • トリクロローS-トリアジン処理コラーゲン粉末を担体とする固定化ウレアーゼ (1977)
    • メチルエステル化コラ-ゲン粉末を担体とする固定化ウレア-ゼ (1977)
  • 長南 康正 ID: 9000018365958

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • 創立40周年記念特集:最近10年間の協会の歩み (〔日本皮革技術協会〕創立40周年特集) (1996)
  • CHONAN Yasumasa ID: 9000002342129

    Tokyo Metropolitan Leather Technology Center (2000 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:23

    • Evaluation of the Deterioration in Mink Hair Under Xenon Arc Irradiation by Fourier Transform Infrared(FTIR)Microspectroscopy (1998)
    • Hygienic Studies on Shoes Part 2 : Studies on the Behavior and Accumulation of the Sweat Component in Worn Shoes (2000)
    • Hygienic Study on Shoes Part 1: Effect of Shoe Materials on Whar Comfort and Microclimate Between Shoes and Skin. (1999)
  • CHONAN Yasumasa ID: 9000021164219

    Tokyo Metropolitan Leather Technology Center (1992 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Solubilization of Recovered Pig Hair by Sulfide-save Unhairing Process (1992)
  • CHONAN Yasumasa ID: 9000254360524

    <I>Tokyo Metropolitan Leather Technology Center</I> (2000 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Hygienic Studies on Shoes. Part 2: Studies on the Behavior and Accumulation of the Sweat Component in Worn Shoes.:Part 2: Studies on the Behavior and Accumulation of the Sweat Component in Worn Shoes (2000)
  • CHONAN Yasumasa ID: 9000254437108

    Tokyo Metropolitan Leather Technology Center (1994 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Hygienics Research on Leather Goods(Part 1). Studies on the Accumulated Electrolytes in Worn Shoes.:Studies on the Accumulated Electrolytes in Worn Shoes (1994)
  • Chonan Yasumasa ID: 9000254360504

    <I>Tokyo Metropolitan Leather Technology</I> (1999 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Hygienic Study on Shoes. Part 1: Effect of Shoe Materials on Wear Comfort and Microclimate Between Shoes and Skin. (1999)
Page Top