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MA Qingxin
Highest Education  
  18 Shuangqing Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China
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Education and Appointments:

2005.09-2010.06: Ph.D. in Environmental Science. Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences (RCEES-CAS) [Supervisor: Prof. He Hong]
Dissertation: Heterogeneous reactions on mineral dust particles and impacts on the hygroscopic behavior
2000.09-2004.07: B.S. in Environmental Engineering. Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, University of Science & Technology Beijing (USTB)
Research experiences
2015.01-2016.12: “the Hong Kong scholar” postdoctoral fellow, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Cooperation supervisor: Prof. Wang Tao
2014.01-now Associate professor, RCEES-CAS
2010.07-2013.12: Assistant professor, RCEES-CAS

Research Interest:

Physical and chemical processes related to aerosol and air pollution

Public Services:


2018: CAS Youth Innovation Promotion Association member
2014: the HONGKONG scholar fellowship
2010: CAS ZHULIYUEHUA Excellent PhD Award

Selected Publications:

1. Weiwei Yang, Qingxin Ma*, Yongchun Liu, Jinzhu Ma, Biwu Chu, Ling Wang, and Hong He. Role of NH3 in the Heterogeneous Formation of Secondary Inorganic Aerosols on Mineral Oxides. Journal of Physical Chemistry A,2018, 122 (30), 6311-6320.
2. Weiwei Yang, Jianghao Zhang, Qingxin Ma*, Yan Zhao, Yongchun Liu & Hong He*. Heterogeneous Reaction of SO2 on Manganese Oxides: the Effect of Crystal Structure and Relative Humidity. Scientific Reports 2017, 7: 4550
3. Chang Liu?, Qingxin Ma?, Hong He?, *, Guangzhi He?, Jinzhu Ma, Yongchun Liu and Ying Wu. Structure–activity relationship of surface hydroxyl groups during NO2 adsorption and transformation on TiO2 nanoparticles. Environmental Science: Nano, 2017, 4, 2388-2394. (?共同一作)
4. Qingxin Ma*, Tao Wang*, Chang Liu, Hong He, Zhe Wang, Weihao Wang, Yutong Liang. SO2 initiates the efficient conversion of NO2 to HONO on MgO surface. Environmental Science and Technology 2017, 51, 3767-3775.
5. Qingxin Ma, Jinzhu Ma, Biwu Chu, Yongchun Liu, Chengyue Lai, Hong He*. Current progress towards the heterogeneous reactions on mineral dust and soot. Chinese Science Bulletin 2015, 60 (2), 122-136.
6. Qingxin Ma, Jinzhu Ma, Chang Liu, Chengyue Lai, Hong He*. Laboratory study on the hygroscopic behavior of external and internal C2-C4 dicarboxylic acid-NaCl mixtures. Environmental Science and Technology 2013, 47 (18), 10381–10388.
7. Qingxin Ma, Hong He*, Chang Liu. Hygroscopic properties of oxalic acid and atmospherically relevant oxalates. Atmospheric Environment 2013, 69, 281–288.
8. Qingxin Ma, Hong He*, Yongchun Liu, Chang Liu, Vicki Grassian. Heterogeneous and multiphase formation pathways of gypsum in the atmosphere. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2013, 15, 19196-19204.
9. Qingxin Ma, Hong He*. Synergistic effect in the humidifying process of atmospheric relevant calcium nitrate, calcite and oxalic acid mixtures. Atmospheric Environment 2012, 50, 97-102.
10. Qingxin Ma, Yongchun Liu, Chang Liu, Jinzhu Ma, Hong He*. A case study of Asian dust storm particles: Chemical composition, reactivity to SO2 and hygroscopic properties. Journal of Environmental Sciences 2012, 24 (1), 62-71.
11. Qingxin Ma, Yongchun Liu, Chang Liu, Hong He*. Heterogeneous reaction of acetic acid on MgO, α-Al2O3, and CaCO3 and the effect on the hygroscopic behaviour of these particles. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2012, 14 (23), 8403-8409.
12. Qingxin Ma, Hong He*, Yongchun Liu. In situ DRIFTS study of hygroscopic behavior of mineral aerosol. Journal of Environmental Sciences 2010, 22 (4), 555-560.
13. Qingxin Ma, Yongchun Liu, Hong He*. The utilization of physisorption analyzer for studying the hygroscopic properties of atmospheric relevant particles. Journal of Physical Chemistry A 2010, 114, 4232-4237.
14. Qingxin Ma, Yongchun Liu, Hong He*. Synergistic Effect between NO2 and SO2 in Their Adsorption and Reaction on γ-Alumina. Journal of Physical Chemistry A 2008, 112, 6630-6635.

Supported Projects:

1. National Natural Science Foundation of China. The heterogeneous and multiphase reactions of reactive nitrogen-containing compounds and their effect on regional air quality (21876185). 2019.01-2022.12. Principal Investigator.
2. Key project of National Natural Science Foundation “Studies on the mechanisms of multi-phase reaction on the surface/interface and aging of fine particles” (91744205). 2018.01-2021.12,Principal Investigator.
3. The Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences “the cause and control of haze”. Development of automatic monitoring technology for measuring the size distribution and extinction of atmospheric fine particles (XDB05040400). 2012.10-2017.10. Principal Investigator.
4. The Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences “the cause and control of haze”. Development and application of smog chamber system (XDB05040100). 2012.10-2017.10. Co-Investigator: main technical backbone member.
5. The Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences “the cause and control of haze”. Aging process and physicochemical properties of atmospheric particulate matter and its influence on haze formation (XDB05010300). 2012.10-2017.10. Co-Investigator: core research member.
6. National Natural Science Foundation of China. Formation mechanism of multi - component mixed particulate matter and the synergistic effect in humiditification-dehumiditifaction process (21107129). 2012.01-2014.12. Principal Investigator.
7. National Natural Science Foundation of China. Environmental micro - interface reaction process on aerosols and its correlation to the haze formation (20937004). 2010.01-2013.12. Co-Investigator: core research member.
8. National Natural Science Foundation of China. Interfacial reactions on carbonaceous aerosol and its effect on the composition, structure and hygroscopicity (20907069). 2010.01-2012.12. Co-Investigator: core research member.
9.  National Natural Science Foundation of China. The uptake and heterogeneous oxidation of amines on atmospheric particles (41275131). 2013.01-2016.12. Co-Investigator: core research member.


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