BSc, Gakushuin U., Tokyo, 1987.
MSc, Gakushuin U., Tokyo, 1989.
PhD, Grad. U. for Advanced Studies, Japan, 1992.

Prof. Japan Women’s U., Tokyo, 2011-
Assoc. prof. Japan Women’s U., Tokyo, 2006-2010
Rschr. Japan Sci. and Tech. Agy., Kawaguchi, Saitama, Japan, 2004-2008
Rsch. assoc.  IMRAM, Tohoku U., Sendai, Miyagi, Japan, 1992-2005.

Honours and/or awards
(1) Tokin foundation scholarships, 2005
(2) Masao Horiba awards, 2006
(3) Hot Article Award Analytical Sciences, 2008
(4) Outstanding Reviewer for JAAS, 2018

Recent Publications (Selected)

(1) H.Hayashi, Y.Udagawa, W.A.Caliebe, and C.-C.Kao “Lifetime-Broadening Removed X-ray Absorption Near Edge Structure by Resonant Inelastic X-ray Scattering Spectroscopy,” Chem. Phys. Lett. 371, 125 (2003).
(2) H.Hayashi, R.Takeda, Y.Udagawa, T.Nakamura, H.Miyagawa, H.Shoji, S.Nanao, and N.Kawamura “Lifetime-broadening-suppressed/free XANES spectroscopy by high-resolution resonant inelastic x-ray scattering,” Phys. Rev. B 68, 45122 (2003).
(3) H.Hayashi, M.Kawata, R.Takeda, Y.Udagawa, Y.Watanabe, T.Takano, S.Nanao, and N. Kawamura “A multi-crystal spectrometer with a two-dimensional position- sensitive detector and contour maps of resonant Kβ emission in Mn compounds,” J. Electron Spectrosc. Relat. Phenom. 136, 191 (2004).
(4) H.Hayashi, M.Kawata, Y.Udagawa, N.Kawamura, and S.Nanao “Extended spin- polarized x-ray absorption near-edge spectra of MnO,” Phys. Rev. B 70, 134427 (2004).
(5) H.Hayashi, R.Takeda, M.Kawata, Y.Udagawa, N.Kawamura, Y.Watanabe, and S.Nanao “Observation of quadrupole transition in Dy L
3 edge by lifetime-broadening-suppressed XANES spectroscopy,” Phys. Rev. B 70, 155113 (2004).
(6) H.Hayashi, M.Kawata, A.Sato, Y.Udagawa, T.Inami, K.Ishii, H.Ogasawara, and S.Nanao, “Observation of fine structure in quadrupolar transition of Ho L
3 pre-edge by lifetime-broadening-suppressed XANES spectroscopy,” Phys. Rev. B 72, 045114 (2005).
(7) H.Hayashi, A.Sato, T.Azumi, Y.Udagawa, T.Inami, K.Ishii, and K.B.Garg, “Local spin ordering in the antiferromagnetic as well as paramagnetic LaMnO
3 phase,” Phys. Rev. B 73, 134405 (2006).
(8) H.Hayashi, "Lifetime-Broadening-Suppressed Selective XAFS Spectroscopy," Anal. Sci. 24, 15 (2008).
(9) H.Hayashi, T.Morita, K.Nishikawa, “Interpretation of correlation length by small-angle X-ray scattering experiments on fluids near critical point,” Chem. Phys. Lett. 471, 249 (2009).
(10) H.Hayashi, N.Kawamura, M.Mizumaki, T.Takabatake, “Probe for Spin- and Valence- Selective X-ray Absorption Fine Structure Spectroscopy: EuLg
4 Emission,” Anal. Chem. 81, 1522 (2009).
(11) H.Hayashi, Y.Takehara, N.Kawamura, M.Mizumaki, “Chemical Effects of CeLg
4 Emission Spectra for Ce Compounds,” Anal. Sci. 26, 885 (2010).
(12) H.Hayashi, “SIM-RIXS: a program to simulate resonant inelastic X-ray scattering,” X-Ray Spectrom. 40, 24 (2011).
(13) H.Hayashi, N.Kanai, Y.Takehara, N.Kawamura, M.Mizumaki, A.Mitsuda, “Oxidation state sensitivity of Eu Lg
4 emission and its applications to oxidation state selective EXAFS spectroscopy of EuPd2Si2,” J. Anal. At. Spectrom. 26, 1858 (2011).
(14) L.Liu, T.-K.Sham, H.Hayashi, N.Kanai, Y.Takehara, N.Kawamura, M.Mizumaki, R.A.Gordon, "Resonant inelastic x-ray scattering of CeB
6 at the Ce L1- and L3-edges," J. Chem. Phys. 136, 194501 (2012).
(15) H.Hayashi, N.Kanai, N.Kawamura, M.Mizumaki, K.Imura, N. K.Sato, H.S.Suzuki,F.Iga, "New method for determining the valence of lanthanide compounds: Lg
4 emission spectroscopy," J. Anal. At. Spectrom. 28, 373 (2013).
(16) H.Hayashi, N.Kanai, N.Kawamura, Y.H.Matsuda, K.Kuga, S.Nakatsuji, T.Yamashita, S.Ohara, “Chemical effects of high-resolution YbLg
4 emission spectra: a possible probe for chemical analysis,” X-Ray Spectrom. 42, 450 (2013).
(17) H.Hayashi, “In vivo time-resolved X-ray fluorescence mapping measurements of Egeria densa immersed in Cr(VI) aqueous solution”, X-Ray Spectrom. 43, 292 (2014).
(18) H.Hayashi,N.Hiraoka, “Accurate Measurements of Dielectric and Optical Functions of Liquid Water and Liquid Benzene in the VUV Region (1−100 eV) Using Small-Angle Inelastic X-ray Scattering,” J. Phys. Chem. B, 119, 5609 (2015).
(19) H.Hayashi, H.Abe, “A combined X-ray spectroscopic study on the multicolored pattern formation in gels containing FeCl
3 and K3[Fe(CN)6],” J. Anal. At. Spectrom. 31, 912 (2016).
(20) H.Hayashi,H. Abe, “X-ray Spectroscopic Analysis of Liesegang Pattern in Mn−Fe-Based Prussian Blue Analogs,” J. Anal. At. Spectrom. 31, 1658 (2016).
(21) H.Hayashi, H. Abe, “An X-ray Spectroscopic Study of Co−Fe-Based Prussian Blue Analog Gels,” Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn. 89, 1510 (2016).
(22) N.Kawamura, N.Kanai, H.Hayashi et al., “Lifetime-Broaening-Supressed X-ray Absorption Spectrum of b-YbAlB4 Deduced from Yb 3d - 2p Resonant X-ray Emission Spectroscopy,” J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 86, 014711 (2017).
(23) H.Hayashi, H. Abe, “Gel-State Dependencies of Brown Patterns of Mn−Fe-Based Prussian Blue Analogues Studied by Combined X-ray Spectroscopies,” Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn. 90, 807 (2017).
(24) H.Hayashi, S.Aoki, H. Abe, “Magnetic-Field-Induced Painting-Out of Precipitation Bands of Mn−Fe-Based Prussian Blue Analogues in Water−Glass Gel s,” ACS Omega 3, 4494 (2018).
(25) H. Hayashi, Y. Sato, H. Abe, “X-ray spectroscopic analysis of stochastic, periodic precipitation in Co−Fe-Based Prussian blue analogues,” J. Anal. At. Spectrom., 33, 957 (2018).
(26) H. Hayashi, Y. Sato, S. Aoki, M. Takaishi, “In situ XRF analysis of Cs adsorption by the precipitation bands of Prussian blue analogues formed in agarose gels,” J. Anal. At. Spectrom., 34, 979 (2019).
(27) H. Hayashi, M. Takaishi, “Low-Cost, High-Performance Sample Cell for X-Ray Spectroscopy of Solutions and Gels Made from Plastic Straw,” Anal. Sci., 35, 651 (2019).
(28) H. Hayashi, S. Aoki, M. Takaishi, Y. Sato, H. Abe, “An XAFS study of Cs adsorption by the precipitation bands of Mn−Fe-based Prussian blue analogues spontaneously formed in agarose gel,” Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 21, 22553 (2019).
(29) H. Hayashi, S Aoki, T. Suzuki, “Spontaneous precipitation pattern formation by crystallites of Mn-Fe-based Prussian blue analogues in agarose gel,” RSC. Adv., 9, 36240 (2019).
(30) H. Hayashi, Mao Takaishi, “Highly resolved Mn Kβ emission: a potential probe in laboratory for analysis of ligand coordination around Mn atoms in gels and solutions,” Anal. Sci., 36, 1197 (2020).

(1)  H.Hayashi, Y.Udagawa, J.-M.Gillet, W.A.Caliebe, and C.-C.Kao “Chemical Applications of Inelastic X-Ray Scattering,” in ed. by T.K.Sham, “Chemical Applications of Synchrotron Radiation,” (2002) Chap. 18, World Scientific, Singapore
(2) H.Hayashi, Y.Udagawa, “Generalized Oscillator Strength Distribution of Liquid Water,” in ed. by Y Hatano, Y. Katsumura, and A. Mozumder, “Charged Particle and Photon Interactions with Matter,” (2010) Chap. 5, 87-104, CRC Press, New York.
(3) H.Hayashi, "Chemical Effects in Hard X-ray Photon-In Photon-Out Spectra" in Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry, eds R.A. Meyers, John Wiley: Chichester.
DOI: 10.1002/9780470027318.a9389 (2014)

(1) Discussion group of X-ray analysis, the Japan Soc. for Analytical Chemistry, Japan 2004-2017
(2) J. Spectroscopical Soc. Japan, 2005-2012

(1) American Association for the Advancement of Science (assoc.) 1999-2000
(2) Japanese Soc. for Synchrotron Radiation Rsch. (assoc.) 2001-2015
(3) Crystallographic Soc. of Japan (assoc.) 1998-2006
(4) Chem. Soc. of Japan (assoc.) 1987-
(5) Spectroscopical Soc. of Japan (assoc.) 2004-2012
(6) Japan Soc. for Analytical Chemistry (assoc.) 2003-
(7) American Chemical Soc. (assoc) 2009-

Dr. Hisashi Hayashi

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Dept. of Chem. & Biol. Sci. Fac. of Sci. Japan Women’s University 2-8-1 Mejirodai Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-8681, Japan