ZHANG Xiangdong, a professor at College of Chemistry, Liaoning University.
He received his BSc degree in Physical Chemistry in 1985 at Shandong University, and obtained his MSc degree in Inorganic Chemistry at Shanxi University in 1988. He has been a member of technical staff at Liaoning University since then. He received his PhD degrees in Inorganic Chemistry at Northeast Normal University, under the supervision of Prof. Qi-Tao Liu in 2002. His research interests in the Chemistry of Boron and Carbon, include the inorganic synthesis, supramolecular assemble and Inorganic-Organic complexes.
The main research achievements are as follows,
1. Bis-boron-capped tris(dioxime) cage complexeswith terminal carbonyl groups, Inorg. Chem. Comm.,2016,65,63-67. (The corresponding author)
2. Synthesis of recyclable powdered activated carbon with temperature responsive polymer for bisphenol A removal, Separation and Purification Technology 2016,157, 131–140. (The corresponding author)
3. Self-flocculated powdered activated carbon with different oxidationmethods and their influence on adsorption behavior, Journal of Hazardous Materials 2016,304,222–232. (The corresponding author)
4. Recyclable graphene oxide grafted with poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)and its enhanced selective adsorption for phenols, Applied Surface Science,2016, 362, 459-468. (The corresponding author)
5. Solid-phase extraction based on a molecularly imprinted polymer for the selective determination of four benzophenones in tap and river water, J. Sep. Sci. 2015, 38, 3412–3420. (The corresponding author)