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Biography

Prof. C. P. Huang

Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering

University of Delaware, USA

Professor


E-mail: huang@udel.edu


Qualications

1971 Ph.D., Harvard University (Environmental Engineering-Aquatic Chemistry), Cambridge, MA, USA

1967 M.S.,  Harvard University (Environmental Engineering), Cambridge, MA, USA

1965 B.S., National Taiwan University (Civil Engineering), Taipei, Taiwan


Publications (Selected)

  1. Zhou, Bin, Meghan Schulz, H. Lin, S. Ismat Shah, Jiuhui Qu, and C.P. Huang (2009). Photoeletrochemical generation of hydrogen over carbon-doped TiO2 photoanode. Applied Catalysis. B. Environment, 92(1-2):41-49. (12).
  2. Chiang, P. C., E. E. Chang, P. C. Chang and C. P. Huang (2009). Effects of pre-ozonation on the removal of THM precursors by coagulation, The Science of Total Environment, 407(21): 5735-5742.(17).
  3. Chang, J. H., Z. M. Qiang, C. P. Huang, E. Huang, V. Amanda (2009). Phenanthrene removal in unsaturated soils treated by electrokinetics with different surfactants-Triton X-100 and rhamnolipid. Colloid and Surfaces A-Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 348(1-3):157-163.(8).
  4. Li, M. H., R. Mahmudov, and C. P. Huang (2009). Hazardous waste treatment technologies. Water Environment Research, 81(10):1817-1835. (1).
  5. Weng, Y.H., H. J. Wei, T. Y. Tsai, and C. P. Huang (2009). Separation of acetic acid from xylose by nanofiltration . Separation and Purification Technology, 67(1):95-102.(19).
  6. Tseng, Y. H., Kuo, C. S., Y. Y. Li, and C. P. Huang (2009). Polymer-assisted synthesis of hydroxyapatite nanoparticle. Materials Science & Engineering C-Biomimetic and Supermolecular Systems, 29(3):819-822. (12).
  7. Zhang, H, H.J. Choi, P. Canazo, and C. P. Huang (2009). Multivariate approach to the Fenton process for the treatment of landfill leachate. J. Hazardous Materials, 161 (2-3): 1306-1312.
  8. Hermosilla, D., M. Cortijo, and C. P. Huang (2009). The role of iron on the degradation and mineralization of organic compounds using conventional Fenton and photo-Fenton processes. Chemical Engineering Journal, 155 (3): 637-646. (23) 2010.
  9. Li, M. H. and C. P. Huang (2010). Hazardous waste treatment technologies. Water Environment Research, 82(10):1720-1747.
  10. Mahmudov R. and C. P. Huang (2010). Perchlorate removal by activated carbon adsorption. Separation and Purification Technology, 70(3):329-337.(16).
  11. Lin, H., A.K. Rumaiz, M. Schulz, C. P. Huang, and S. Ismat Shah (2010). Hydrogen generation under visible light using nitrogen doped titania anodes. J. Applied Physics, 107, 124305. (4).
  12. Weng, Y. H., H. J. Wei, T. Y. Tsai, T. H. Lin, T. Y., Wei, G. L. Guo, G.L. and C. P. Huang (2010). Separation of furans and carboxylic acids from sugars in diluted acid rice straw hydrolyzates by nanofiltration. Bioresource Technology, 101(13):4889-4894.(16).
  13. Chiang, P. C., E.E. Chang, and C.P. Huang (2010). Evaluating and elucidating the formation of nitrogen-contained disinfection by-products during pre-ozonation and chlorination. Chemosphere, 80 (3): 327-333. (5).
  14. Chang, E. E., H. C. Guo, I. S., Li, P. C. Chiang, and C. P. Huang (2010). Modeling the formation and assessing the risk of disinfection by-products in water distribution systems. J. Environmental Science and Health, Part A-Toxic/Hazardous Substances & Environmental Engineering, 45(10): 1185-1194.
  15. Doong, R. A., T. C. Hsieh, and C. P. Huang (2010). Photoassisted reduction of metal ions and organic dye by titanium dioxide nanoparticles in aqueous solution under anoxic conditions. The Science of the Total Environment, 408: 3334-3341. (7).
  16. Minghua Li, and C.P. Huang (2010). Stability of oxidized single-walled carbon nanotubes in the presence of simple electrolytes and humic acid. Carbon, 48: 4527- 4534 (16).
  17. Zhou, B., X. Zhao, H. J. Liu, J. H. Qu, and C.P. Huang (2010). Visible-light sensitive cobalt-doped BiVO4 (Co-BiVO4) photocatalytic composites for the degradation of methylene blue dye in dilute aqueous solutions. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 99: 214–221.(28).
  18. Mahmudov, Rovshan and C. P. Huang (2010). Perchlorate removal by activated carbon adsorption, Separation and Purification Technology 70, 329 - 337. 2011.
  19. Mahmudov, Rovshan and C. P. Huang (2011). Selective adsorption of oxyanions on activated carbon exemplified by Filtrasorb 400 (F400), Separation and Purification Technology 77, 294-300.(5).
  20. Li, Minghua and C.P. Huang (2011). The responses of Ceriodaphnia dubia toward multi-walled carbon nanotubes: Effect of physical–chemical treatment, Carbon 49:1672-1679.(2).
  21. Zhou, Bin, X. Zhao, HuijuanLiu, Jiuhui Qu, and C. P. Huang (2011). Synthesis ofvisible-lightsensitiveM–BiVO4 (M=Ag,Co,andNi)for the photocatalytic degradationoforganicpollutants, Separation and PurificationTechnology, 77: 275–282.(8).
  22. Li, Minghua, Kirk J. Czymmek, and C.P. Huang (2011). Responses of Ceriodaphnia dubia to TiO2 and Al2O3 nanoparticles: A dynamic nano-toxicity assessment of energy budget distribution, Journal of Hazardous Materials 187: 502–508.(9).
  23. Metzler, David M., Minghua Li, Ayca Erdem, and C.P. Huang (2011). Responses of algae to photocatalytic nano-TiO2 particles with an emphasis on the effect of particle size. Chemical Engineering Journal, 170 ( 2-3): 538-546.(7).
  24. Li, Minghua, R. Mahmudov and C. P. Huang (2011). Hazardous Waste Treatment Technologies. Water Environment Research, 83(10): 1598-1632.
  25. Chang, E. E., S Y. Yang, C. P. Huang, C. H. Liang, and P.C. Chiang (2011). Assessing the fouling mechanisms of high-pressure nanofiltration membrane using the modified Hermia model and the resistance-in-series model. Separation and purification Technology, 79(3): 329-336.


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