College of New Energy and Materials
Chemical Engineering and Technology
New Energy Chemical Engineering
Research Group Introduction
Dr. Chunxia Wang graduated from Tohoku University in Analytical Chemistry. She is currently a visiting scholar of Umass Amherst in the United States. Her main research fields are the application of new nanomaterials in the fields of biosensing and electrochemical analysis, and the desulfurization of nanomaterials.
Currently, she is hosting a project of the China University of Petroleum Fund, participating in three projects of the National Science Foundation of China; one sub-project of the 973 project, and a project of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. She has applied for 2 national invention patents and 1 utility model patent.
She has published 21 papers in well-known journals in the field of chemistry, of which 20 are indexed by SCI. Instructed undergraduates on science and technology innovation projects, and won national, Beijing municipal, and China University of Petroleum (Beijing) university science and technology innovation projects.
Students with a background in chemistry, chemical engineering, materials, etc. are welcome to join.
I hope prospective applicants are active in thinking, hard working, have a clear plan for the future and love research.
“Fe3O4@C Core–Shell Carbon Hybrid Materials as Magnetically Separable Adsorbents for the Removal of Dibenzothiophene in Fuels”, ACS Omega, 2019, 4, 1652–1661.
Emissive Carbon Dots Derived from Natural Liquid Fuels and Its Biological Sensing for Copper Ions. Talanta, 2019, 208, 120375-120383
Bionanosensor Based on N-doped Graphene Quantum Dots Coupled With CoOOH Nanosheets and their Application for in Vivo Analysis of Ascorbic Acid. Analytica Chimica Acta, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aca.2019.11.008
Preparation of an Efficient Fe/N/C Electrocatalyst and its Application for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Alkaline Media”, J. Electroanal. Chem. , 2018, 810 , 62-68. [SCI]
Sulfur-doped Porous Graphene Frameworks as An Efficient Metal-Free Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction”, Mater. Lett. , 2018, 214 , 209-212. [SCI]
Graphene Quantum Dots Nanosensor Derived from 3D Nanomesh Graphene Frameworks and Its Application for Fluorescent Sensing of Cu2+ in Rat Brain”, Sensor. Actuat. B-Chem. , 2018, 258 , 672-681. [SCI]
Cupric Oxide Nanowires on Three-dimensional Copper Foam for Application in Click Reaction, RSC Adv. , 2017, 7 , 9567-9572. [SCI]
Graphdiyne Oxide as a Platform for Fluorescent Biosensing. Chem. Commun. , 2016, 52 , 5629-5632. [SCI]
Plasma Synthesis of Pd/PdO Supported on Porous Graphene as Electrocatalyst for Methanol Oxidation, Mater. Lett. , 2016, 174 , 192-196. [SCI]
Au/Graphene Oxide/Carbon Nanotube Flexible Catalyst Film: Synthesis, Characterization and Its Application for Catalytic Reduction of 4-Nitrophenol, RSC Adv ., 2015, 5 , 37710-37715. [SCI]
MnO2 Nanosheets Based Fluorescent Sensing Platform with Organic Dyes as Probe with Excellent Analytical Properties, Analyst , 2015, 140 , 4021-4029. [SCI]
PdO Nanoparticles Enhancing the Catalytic Activity of Pd/Carbon Nanotubes for 4-Nitrophenol, RSC Ad v ., 2015, 5 , 27526-27532. [SCI]
Ratiometric Fluorescent Signaling of Small Molecule-environmentally Sensitive Dye Conjugate for Detecting Single-base Mutations in DNA, Chem. Eur. J. , 2012, 18 , 9481-9484. [SCI]
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