Dr Zhaohui Wang BEng, Central South University, China, MSc (Microbiology), Central South University (CSU), China, PhD (Physical Chemistry), Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences Research interests / background * Photo (chemical) redox cycling of iron and their environmental implications * Metal bioextraction * Biogeochemistry: microbe-mineral interactions * Advanced oxidation technologies for water treatment * Halogenation and dehalogenation process during wastewater treatment Awards & Honours * Chen Guang Scholar, Shanghai Municipal Education Commission and Shanghai Education Development Foundation, 2010. * Top Students Award, Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2009. *Excellent Youth Scientist Award, Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Science, 2008. *First Prize for Changsha Youth Science & Technology Innovation Contest, 2005.
Simultaneous redox conversion of chromium(VI) and arsenic(III) under acidic conditions (with Richard T. Bush, Leigh A. Sullivan, and Jianshe Liu), Environmental Science & Technology (2013)
Arsenic and chromium are often abundant constituents of acid mine drainage (AMD) and are most...
Sulfate radical-induced degradation of 2,4,6-trichlorophenol: a de novo formation of chlorinated compounds (with Lei Xu, Ruixia Yuan, Yaoguang Guo, Dongxue Xiao, and Jianshe Liu), Chemical Engineering Journal (2013)
The degradation of 2,4,6-trichlorophenol (TCP) by sulfate radical generated via Co(II)-mediated activation of peroxymonosulfate...
Chloride: a menace to advance oxidation processes (AOPs) (with Ruixia Yuan and Jianshe Liu), Journal of Civil & Environmental Engineering (2012)
Concentration profiles of chlorine radicals and their significances in OH-induced dye degradation: kinetic modeling and reaction pathways (with Ruixia Yuan, Sadiqua N. Ramjaun, and Jianshe Liu), Chemical Engineering Journal (2012)
In order to further understand the mechanism details during saline wastewater treatment by •OH-based advanced...
Environmental photochemistry of iron complexes and their involvement in environmental chemical processes (with Wenjing Song, Wanhong Ma, and Jincai Zhao), Progress in Chemistry (2012)
Iron is one of the most abundant metals in the continental crust, while most of...
Sensitization of titania semiconductor: a promising strategy to utilize visible light (with Wanhong Ma, Chuncheng Chen, and Jincai Zhao), Photocatalysis and water purification: from fundamentals to recent applications (2013)
EPR application in environmental chemistry (with Wanhong Ma, Chuncheng Chen, and Jincai Zhao), Modern Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) spectroscopy and Its application (2011)
Photocatalytic degradation of organic contaminants on mineral surface (with Chuncheng Chen, Wanhong Ma, Hongwei Ji, and Jincai Zhao), Biophysico-chemical processes of anthropogenic organic compounds in environmental systems (2011)