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HU Chun
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  18 Shuangqing Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China
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Education and Appointments:
My research efforts are focusing on the topics related to Advanced Oxidation Technologies for application in drinking water and wastewater remediation. The main emphasis of our research is to prepare a series of novel environmental-purification materials for eliminating different pollutants and pathogenic microorganism, and investigate the transformation and fate of pollutants during the water treatment in order to develop highly efficient technology for water purification. 
B.S.,    Jilin University (1985-1990)
M.Sc.,  Jilin University (1990-1993)
Ph.D.,  Rcees, Chinese Academy of Sciences (1998-2001)

Research Interest:

Chemistry for the control of water pollution

Public Services:

Selected Publications:

1. Hu Chun*, Peng Tianwei, Hu Xuexiang, Nie Yulun, Zhou Xuefeng, Qu Jiuhui, He Hong. (2010) Plasmon-induced photodegradation of toxic pollutants with Ag–AgI/Al2O3 under visible-light irradiation, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 132, 857-862. 

2. Yang Li, Hu Chun*, Nie Yulun, Qu Jiuhui (2009) Catalytic ozonation of selected pharmaceuticals over mesoporous alumina-supported manganese oxide. Environ. Sci. Technol., 43, 2525-2529.

3. Hu Chun*, Guo Jian, Qu Jiuhui, Hu Xuexiang (2007) Efficient destruction of bacteria with Ti(IV) and antibacterial ions in co-substituted hydroxyapatite films. Appl. Catal. B: Environ, 73, 345-353.  

4.Hu Chun*, Lan Yongqing, Qu Jiuhui, Hu Xuexiang, Wang Aimin (2006) Ag/AgBr/TiO2 visible light photocatalyst for destruction of azodyes and bacteria. J. Phys. Chem. B, 110, 4066-4072.

5. Hu Chun*, Xing Shengtao, Qu Jiuhui, He Hong (2008) Catalytic ozonation of herbicide 2,4-D over cobalt oxide supported on mesoporous zirconia. J. Phys. Chem. C, 112, 5978-5983.

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