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Chii SHANG (商啟) PhD , Purdue University


Email: cechii@ust.hk
Homepage: https://facultyprofiles-stag.ust.hk/profiles.php?profile=chii-shang-cechii
  • Physicochemical processes including disinfection processes, light-driven advanced oxidation processes, and redox processes
  • Environmental chemistry and instrumentation relevant to environmental engineering
  • Formation and control of disinfection by-products and micropollutants
  • Potable water reuse
  • Yin R., Ling L. and Shang C. (2018) Wavelength-dependent chlorine photolysis and subsequent radical production using UV-LEDs as light sources, Water Research, 142, 452–458.
  • Guo K., Wu Z., Shang C., Yao B., Hou S., Yang X., Song W. and Fang J. (2017) Radical chemistry and structural relationships of PPCP degradation by UV/chlorine treatment in simulated drinking water, Environmental Science and Technology, 51(18), 10431–10439.
  • Deng Z., Yang X., Shang C. and Zhang X. (2014) An electrospray ionization-tandem mass spectrometry method for differentiating chlorine substitution in disinfection by-product formation, Environmental Science and Technology, 48(9), 4877–4884.
  • Fang J., Fu Y. and Shang C. (2014) The roles of reactive species in micropollutant degradation in the UV/free chlorine system, Environmental Science and Technology, 48(3), 1859–1868.   
  • Wang C., Shang C., Ni M., Dai J. and Jiang F. (2012) (Photo)chlorination-induced physicochemical transformation of aqueous fullerene nC60, Environmental Science and Technology, 46(17), 9398–9405.
  • Fang J. and Shang C. (2012) Bromate formation from bromide oxidation by the UV/persulfate process, Environmental Science and Technology, 46(16), 8976–8983.
  • Yang X., Fan C., Shang C. and Zhao Q. (2010) Nitrogenous disinfection byproducts formation and nitrogen origin exploration during chloramination of nitrogenous organic compounds, Water Research, 44(9), 2691–2702.
  • Yang X., Shang C. and Westerhoff P. (2007) Factors affecting formation of haloacetonitriles, haloketones, chloropicrin and cyanogen halides during chloramination, Water Research, 41(6), 1193–1200.
  • Shang C. and Blatchley III E.R. (1999) Differentiation and quantification of free chlorine and inorganic chloramines in aqueous solution by MIMS, Environmental Science & Technology, 33, 2218–2223.

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