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    Qu Guangzhou

      Qu Guangzhou

      Associate Professor

      Affinity Group: Environmental Engineering

      Address: College of Resources and Environment, Northwest A&F University, Taicheng Road No.3, Yangling, Shaanxi Province, P. R. China

      Tel: +86-029-13659209261

      Fax: +86-029-87080055

      E-mail: qugz@nwsuaf.edu.cn <mailto:qugz@nwsuaf.edu.cn>; qu.gz@163.com <mailto:qu.gz@163.com>

      Research Interests

      lPollution Control Chemistry and Technology

      lWastewater Treatment Processes (Oxidation Processes, Catalytic Oxidation, Photocatalytic Oxidation)

      lAdsorption /Catalytic Materials Preparation

      Professional Experience

      l2014- : Associate Professor of College of Resources and Environment, Northwest A&F University, P.R. China

      l2010-2013: Lecturer of College of Resources and Environment, Northwest A&F University, P.R. China

      Education

      lPh.D., Environmental Engineering, Dalian University of Technology, 2010

      lM.S., Environmental Engineering, Dalian University of Technology, 2007

      lB.S., Environmental Engineering, Shenyang University of Technology, 2005

      Teaching

      lDevelopment of Environmental Science and Engineering (Graduate Students)

      lWastewater Treatment and Reuse (Graduate Students)

      lAir pollution Control Engineering (Undergraduate Students)

      lIntroduction to Environmental Science (Undergraduate Students)

      Publications and Patents

      lArticles (*corresponding author)

      1. Wang Tiecheng, Qu Guangzhou*, Li Jie, et al. Depth dependence of p-nitrophenol removal in soil by pulsed discharge plasma. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2014, 239: 178-184.

      2. Wang Tiecheng, Qu Guangzhou*, Li Jie, et al. Evaluation and optimization of multi-channel pulsed discharge plasma system for soil remediation. Vacuum, 2014, 103 <http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/0042207X/103/supp/C>: 72-77.

      3. Wang Tiecheng, Ma Tianzhuo, Qu Guangzhou*, et al. Performance evaluation of hybrid gas-liquid pulse discharge plasma-induced degradation of polyvinyl alcohol-containing wastewater. Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing, 2014, 34: 1115-1127.

      4. Qu Guangzhou*, Liang Dongli, Li Jie, et al. Comparison between dielectric barrier discharge plasma and ozone regenerations of spent activated carbon exhausted with pentachlorophenol. Plasma Science and Technology, 2014, 16: 608-613.

      5. Tie-Cheng Wang, Guang-Zhou Qu, Jie Li, et al. Evaluation of the potential of soil remediation by direct multi-channel pulsed corona discharge in soil. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2014, 264: 169-175.

      6. Tie-Cheng Wang, Guang-Zhou Qu, Jie Li, et al. Remediation of p-nitrophenol and pentachlorophenol mixtures contaminated soil using pulsed corona discharge plasma. Separation and Purification Technology, 2014, 122: 17-23.

      7. Tie-Cheng Wang, Guang-Zhou Qu, Jie Li, et al. Transport characteristics of gas phase ozone in soil during soil remediation by pulsed discharge plasma. Vacuum, 2014, 101: 86-91.

      8. Qu Guangzhou*, Liang Dongli, Qu Dong, et al. Simultaneous removal of cadmium ions and phenol from water solution by pulsed corona discharge plasma combined with activated carbon. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2013, 228: 28-35.

      9. Qu Guangzhou*, Li Jie, Liang Dongli, et al. Surface modification of a granular activated carbon by dielectric barrier discharge plasma and its effects on pentachlorophenol adsorption. Journal of Electrostatics, 2013, 71: 689-694.

      10. Qu Guangzhou, Tong Yanan, Gao Pengcheng, et al. Phytoremediation potential of solanum nigrum L. under different cultivation protocols. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 2013, 91: 306-309.

      11. Ji Puhui, Qu Guangzhou*, Li Jie. Effects of dielectric barrier discharge plasma treatment on pentachlorophenol removal of granular activated carbon. Plasma Science and Technology, 2013, 15: 1059-1065.

      12. Qu Guangzhou, Lu Na, Li Jie, et al. Simultaneous pentachlorophenol decomposition and granular activated carbon regeneration assisted by dielectric barrier discharge plasma. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2009, 172: 472-478.

      13. Qu Guangzhou, Li Jie, Wu Yan, et al. Regeneration of acid orange 7 exhausted granular activated carbon with dielectric barrier discharge plasma. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2009, 146: 168-173.

      14. Qu Guangzhou, Li Jie, Li Guofeng, et al. DBD regeneration of GAC loaded with acid orange 7. Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2009, 4: 649-653.

      15. Qu Guang-Zhou*, Ji Haibing, Ran Xiao, et al. Effect of modification with nitric acid and hydrogen peroxide on chromium (VI) adsorption by activated carbon fiber. Advanced Materials Research, 2012, 518-523: 2099-2103.

      lProceedings

      1. Wang Tiecheng, Ma Tianzhuo, Qu Guangzhou*, et al. Evaluation and optimization of electrode configuration of multi-channel corona discharge plasma for dye-containing wastewater treatment. The 9th International Symposium on Non Thermal/Thermal Plasma Pollution Control Technology & Sustainable Energy, Dalian, 2014.

      2. Li Jie, Qu Guangzhou, Lu Na, et al. Decomposition of pentachlorophenol using combination of densification by granular activated carbon adsorption and dielectric barrier discharge. The 44th IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting, Houston, USA, 2010.

      3. Qu Guangzhou, Li Jie, Wu Yan, et al. The decomposition of pentachlorophenol on granular activated carbon by ozonation. The 6th International Conference on Applied Electrostatics, Shanghai, 2008.

      4. Qu Guangzhou, Li Jie, Li Guofeng, et al. Dielectric barrier discharge plasma regeneration of activated carbon loaded with acid orange 7. The 12th Asian Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering Congress, Dalian, 2008.

      lPatents

      1. Qu Guangzhou, Xiao Ran. Water treatment device for simultaneously removing heavy metal ions and organic pollutants in wastewater, Patent No. CN201220148744.4.

      2. Qu Guangzhou. Cylindrical dielectric barrier discharge activated carbon regenerating device, Patent No. CN201220104279.4.

      3. Qu Guangzhou, Li Jie, Wu Yan. In situ regenerating method and device for medium blocking discharging plasma active carbon, Patent No. CN200610047122.1.

      4. Li Jie, Song Ling, Qu Guangzhou, Wu Yan, Li Guofeng, Wang Ninghui. Self-cooling medium barrier discharging ozone water treating device, Patent No. CN200720185381.0.

      5. Li Jie, Li Nan, Wu Yan, Qu Guangzhou, Wang Ninghui, Li Guofeng. Corona discharge plasma body device for treatment of water, Patent No. CN20072 0013297.0.

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