In the past Hideo Itoh has collaborated on articles with Takashi Fujibayashi. One of their most recent publications is Ultraviolet absorption spectra of metalorganic molecules diluted in hydrogen gas. Which was published in journal Journal of Crystal Growth.

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Hideo Itoh's Articles: (2)

Ultraviolet absorption spectra of metalorganic molecules diluted in hydrogen gas

AbstractUltraviolet absorption spectra of trimethyl gallium, triethyl gallium, and trimethyl aluminum diluted in hydrogen gas were measured as a function of the wavelength (185–350 nm) and the concentration of the molecules (4.8×10−6 -1.6×10−4 mol/liter). Their absorbances changed linearly with the concentration of the molecules, which allowed us to calculate the molar absorption coefficients of the molecules on the basis of the Beer-Lambert law.

Lymphoepithelial (so-called branchial) cyst within the parotid gland. Report of a case and review of the literature

AbstractA case of a cystic lesion within the parotid gland of a 27-year-old woman is reported. The cyst was surgically removed, taking care not to injure the facial nerve. The histologic picture was in accordance with that of a lymphoepithelial cyst which is also called “branchial cyst”. The literature about branchial cysts in the parotid gland is reviewed. The present case was characterized by the inclusion of a small amount of salivary gland epithelium within the cyst wall. A biochemical analysis of the cystic fluid revealed a high amylase activity. From these findings, and those in the literature, it is suggested that the histogenesis of the present case can be explained by the parotid-gland-inclusion theory.

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