Prof. Chak K. Chan

Prof. Chak K. Chan

City University of Hong Kong, China


1992  Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, USA

1986  B.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Texas, USA


  1. Chan C.K. and Yao X.H. (2008) “Air Pollution in Mega Cities in China - a Review”, Atmospheric Environment, 42, 1-42 (cited 93 times).
  2. Yao X., Lau N. T., Fang M., and Chan C. K. (2007) “Size distributions and condensation growth of submicron particles in on-road vehicle plumes in Hong Kong”, Atmospheric Environment, 41, 3328–3338.
  3. Yao X., Chan C. K, Lau N. T., and Fang M. (2006) “On the time-averaging of ultrafine particle number size spectra in vehicular plumes”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 6, 4801-4807.
  4. He K., Yang F., Ma Y., Zhang Q., Yao X.H., Chan C.K., Cadle S., Chan T. and Mulawa P. (2001) “The Characteristics of PM2.5 in Beijing, China”, Atmospheric Environment, 35, 4959-4970.
  5. Zhuang H., Chan C.K., Fang M., and Wexler A.S. (1999) “Formation of Nitrate and Non-Seasalt Sulfate on Coarse Particles”, Atmospheric Environment, 33, 4223-4233.
  6. Zhuang H., Chan C.K., Fang M., and Wexler A.S. (1999) “Size Distributions of Particulate Sulfate, Nitrate and Ammonium at a Coastal Site in Hong Kong”, Atmospheric Environment, 33, 843-853.
  7. Lee E., Chan C.K. and Paatero P. (1999) “Application of Positive Matrix Factorization in Source Apportionment of Particulate Pollutants in Hong Kong”, Atmospheric Environment, 33(19), 3201-3212.