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    Molecular-scale studies of environmental science problems have grown in importance over the past decade because of the need for fundamental information about the speciation or chemical form of environmental pollutants and the basic chemical and biological processes determining their behavior and their effects on human health. Our research interests include micro-interfacial processes of environmental persistent toxic substances. Based on the chemical analysis of environmentally significant pollutants, the fundamental interfacial, molecular- and nano-scale processes that control the adsorption, fate and transport, and biogeochemical cycling of pollutant are investigated using environmental molecular and interface science approach.


    Selected publications

    1.Yan, W.; Zhang J., Jing C.* Enrofloxacin Transformation on Shewanella oneidensis MR1 Reduced Goethite during Anaerobic−Aerobic Transition. Environmental Science & Technology 2016, 50, 11034−11040

    2. Yan, W.; Wang, H.; Jing, C.* Adhesion of Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 to goethite: A two-dimensional correlation spectroscopic study. Environmental Science & Technology 2016, 50, 4343-4349.
    3.  Sun, Z.; Du, J.; Yan, L.; Chen, S.; Yang, Z.; Jing, C.* Multifunctional Fe3O4@SiO2-Au satellite structured SERS probe for charge selective detection of food dyes. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016, 8, 3035-3062.                                                        
    4. Yan, L.; Du, J.; Jing, C.* How TiO2 facets determine arsenic adsorption and photooxidation: spectroscopic and DFT studies. Catalysis Science & Technology 2016, 6, 2419-2426.

    5. Du, J.; Xu, J.; Sun, Z.; Jing, C.* Au nanoparticles grafted on Fe3O4 as effective SERS substrates for label-free detection of the 16 EPA priority polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Analytica Chimica Acta 2016, 9           

    6. Haixia Tian, Qiantao Shi, Chuanyong Jing*, Arsenic biotransformation in solid waste residue: comparison of contributions from bacteria with arsenate and iron reducing pathways. Environmental Science & Technology 2015, 49, 2140-2146.                                                                                       
    7. Li Yan, Yuying Huang, Jinli Cui, Chuanyong Jing*, Simultaneous As(III) and Cd removal from copper smelting wastewater using granular TiO2 columns. Water Research 2015, 68, 572-579.                                                          
    8. Jingjing Du, Jinli Cui, Chuanyong Jing*, Rapid in-situ identification of arsenic species using a portable Fe3O4@Ag SERS sensor. Chemical Communication 2014, 50, 347-349.                                                                      
    9. Jinli Cui, Jianbo Shi, Guibin Jiang, Chuanyong Jing*, Arsenic levels and speciation from ingestion exposures to biomarkers in Shanxi, China: Implications for human health. Environmental Science & Technology 2013, 47, 5419–5424.

    Supported Projects

    1. Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences: Environmental exposure and health hazard mechanism of typical pollutants, 2014-2019.

    2. National Basic Research Program of China (973 Program): Applied basic research for removal of priority pollutants in groundwater based on functional nanomaterials, 2015-2019.

    3. National High Technology Research and Development Program of China (863 Program): New monitor techniques and quality control of product development for priority pollutants, 2009-2012.