陈建民(Jianmin Chen)

陈建民

特聘教授/博士生导师

jmchen@fudan.edu.cn

电话:+86(021)3124-2298;传真: +86(21)3124-2080

出生年月:19643

ORCID: http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5859-3070

ResearcherID: G-6484-2010

Jianmin Chen CV.pdf

研究兴趣

大气(环境)化学、大气气溶胶、大气多相反应机理、云-气溶胶相互作用


教育简历

19937月 复旦大学化学系物理化学专业 获博士学位

19907月 复旦大学化学系分析化学专业 获硕士学位

19857月 安徽工业大学化工系分析化学专业 获学士学位


工作简历

20166月-至今 复旦大学大气科学研究院常务副院长

20123月-至今 复旦大学环境科学与工程系特聘教授

201210-20165月 山东大学环境科学与工程学院院长

20045月-200911月 复旦大学环境科学与工程系系主任

19985月-20044月 复旦大学环境科学与工程系系副主任、教授(200012月)

19963月-19974月 美国匹兹堡大学工学院访问副教授

199410月-19963月 复旦大学化学系系副主任、副教授(19955月)

19938月-19976月 化学系讲师、副教授(19955月)

19857月—19878月 安徽工业大学化工系助教


学术兼职

陆地生态系统-大气过程综合研究(iLEAPS)中国委员会副主任委员、第七届国际大地测量与地球物理学联合会(I IUGG)中国委员会委员,中国环境科学学会大气环境分会副理事长、中国环境科学学会臭氧污染与控制专业委员会副主任、中国环境科学学会环境化学专业委员会副主任、上海市环境科学学会大气科学分会主任委员等,《J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos.》、《Sci. Total Environ.》和《Heliyon Environment》副主编,《Aerosol Air Qual. Res.》、《J. Environ. Sci.》、《Adv. Environ. Res.》、《地球环境学报》、《环境化学》、《中国环境科学》等编委。


研究方向

主要有大气(环境)化学、大气气溶胶、大气多相反应机理、云-气溶胶相互作用等。自行研制了多功能大气气溶胶烟雾箱(Aerosol Chamber)、气溶胶富集模拟系统(VVACES)、TDMALaser-CRDS,结合宽范围颗粒物谱仪(WPS)、NephelometerATOFMSLC Q Tof-MSGCxGC Tof-MS等先进设备,开展大气污染物综合观测、大气污染成因机制和多相反应机理模拟研究。主要成果:1. 发现矿尘-海盐混合气溶胶与COS反应具有强烈生成硫酸盐气溶胶的潜力, 首次认识到混合气溶胶形成硫酸盐表现出完成不同于单一组分的特性; 2. 提出含硫污染气体在矿尘表面形成硫酸盐的反应机理,揭示出反应活性与晶型密切相关,颗粒物表面吸附氧及表面羟基形成硫酸盐的催化氧化反应机理;3. 运用先进的大气在线和离线观测手段,在城市与农村重污染地区、高山、近海海面、长江航道等综合观测,揭示大气细颗粒物爆发增长大气化学机制、二次气溶胶化学组分变化规律、吸湿性及硫酸盐气溶胶形成的竞争机理;4. 发现农业秸秆燃烧、烟花燃放、船舶排放的黑碳/棕碳、PAHs等对空气质量、人健康具有重要影响。承担国家重点研发计划 “大气污染成因与控制技术研究”专项项目,国家自然科学基金委重大研究计划集成项目与重点支持项目、重大仪器(自由申请)、重点项目和面上项目,教育部重点项目,上海市科委重大项目与重大项目、企事业委托等20余项。

发表学术期刊论文440余篇,其中在Chem. Rev.ScienceJACSACPJGRES&T、等发表SCI论文370余篇,被引用12232次,H-index 56。获中国发明专利40余项。被多次邀请为国际会议分会场主持或做邀请报告。获2017年上海市教学成果一等奖(第1完成人),2011年上海市自然科学二等奖(第1)、2009年上海技术发明二等奖(第1)、2009年教育部科技进步奖推广类二等奖(第1)、2008年教育部自然科学一等奖(第1)、2006年上海市自然科学二等奖(第2)、2009年上海市教学成果二等奖(第1)等, 以及2020年科睿唯安(Clarivate)全球高被引科学家(交叉学科)、2015年国务院特殊津贴专家、2015年法国棕榈教育骑士勋章、2011年中国环境学会优秀环境科技工作者、2010年宝钢优秀教师奖、2010年“第六届”发明创业奖、2002年上海市科技创业领军人物、2009年上海市优秀青年教师等荣誉。


教学工作

先后主讲了《大气化学基础》、《环境化学 A》、《环境灾害启示》、《环境科学前沿》、《环境化学前沿》等本科生课程,以及《高等大气化学》、《环境化学原理》、《清洁生产》、《绿色化学选读》、《环境催化》、《大气化学进展》、《大气气溶胶》、《研究生专业英语》等研究生课程。二十多年来主讲的《环境化学A》课程被评为2007年度复旦大学精品课程,2008年被列为上海市重点建设课程。

培养博士生毕业生33人、硕士生毕业生43人、出站博士后7人;现在读博士生7人、硕士生4人、在站博士后5人。10余位研究生获得上海市优秀毕业生或三好学生。获2009年上海市育才奖、2007年复旦大学教学名师、2004年复旦大学优秀研究生导师等。


主持科研项目

1.国家自然科学基金委重大研究计划集成项目: 大气细颗粒物毒性组分甄别研究(No. 91843301),起止年月:2019.1-2021.12

2.国家自然科学基金委重大研究计划重点支持项目:长三角代表性城市大气细颗粒样品的采集及其表征与解析(No. 91743202),起止年月:2018.1-2021.12

3.国家重点研发计划项目:细颗粒物爆发增长机制与调控原理(16YFC0202700),起止时间:2016.7-2018.6

4.国家自然科学基金委重大仪器(自由申请)项目:大气颗粒物关键化学组分与生物毒性在线分析联用系统研制(No. 21527814),起止时间:2016.1-2020.12

5.美国唐仲英基金会项目:科学支撑立法控制大气PM2.5研究(No. CTF-FD2014001, 起止时间:2014.6-2017.6

6.国家自然科学基金面上项目:灰霾对雾形成机制的影响研究(No. 41375126, 起止时间:2014.1-2017.12

7.国家自然科学基金委重大项目课题:大气颗粒物界面过程与二次物种的形成(No. 21190053),起止时间:2012.1-2016.12

8.上海市科委重大项目: 上海大气PM2.5污染形成及其对肺部疾病影响的机理机制研究 (No. 12DJ1400100) ,起止时间:2012.102015.9

9.上海市优秀学科带头人计划: 大气气溶胶形成机制与环境影响(No. 13XD1400700),起止时间:2013.102015.9

10.欧盟地平线H2020项目课题:Marie Skłodowska-Curie ActionsMARine atmospheric Science Unravelled: Analytical and mass spectrometric techniques development and application No. 690958 MARSU-RISE-2015),起止时间:2016.22019.1

11.教育部博士点基金优先发展领域项目:含黑炭混合气溶胶的形成机理及其对大气能见度的影响研究(No.20110071130003),起止时间:2012.1-2014.12

12.国家自然科学委基金面上项目:天然气燃烧形成气溶胶的反应活性及光辐射效应研究(No. 40575073),起止时间:2009.1-2011.12

13.国家自然科学基金面上项目:新生成黑炭演化为多组分大气细颗粒物的形成机制研究(No. 21077025, 起止时间:2011.12013.12

14.国家自然科学委基金重点项目:大气气溶胶多相反应对区域酸沉降的影响研究(No. 40533017),起止时间:2006.1-2009.12

15.欧盟第七框架协议(FP7)项目课题:Marie Skłodowska-Curie ActionsFate and Impact of Atmospheric Pollutants (AMIS, n°069720),起止时间:2012.12016.1

16.上海市科委重点项目:大气气溶胶及其区域气候效应(No.10JC1401600),起止时间:2010.52012.5

17.上海市科委重点项目:上海大气灰霾污染形成机制及光学特性变化特征研究(No.10231203801),起止时间:2010.92012.9

18.上海市科委国际合作项目:崇明生态岛大气污染特征与演化(No. 09160707700), 起止时间:2009.102011.9

19.教育部科学技术研究重点项目:生物质燃烧气溶胶吸湿性和光学性质变化研究(108050),起止时间:2007.9-2009.12

20.国家自然科学基金委面上项目:大气颗粒物与含硫化合物复相反应的研究(No.20377008, 起止时间:2004.1-2006.12


主持教学/暑期学校项目

1.The Fourth Sino-Eupeopean School on Atmospheric Chemistry (GZ 1613), Chinesisch.-Deutsches Zentrum fur Wissenchaftsforderung, 2019.11-2019.11

2.The Third Sino-Eupeopean School on Atmospheric Chemistry (GZ 1438), Chinesisch.-Deutsches Zentrum fur Wissenchaftsforderung, 2017.11-2017.12

3.The Second Sino-Eupeopean School on Atmospheric Chemistry (GZ 1227), Chinesisch.-Deutsches Zentrum fur Wissenchaftsforderung, 2015.10-2015.11

4.The First Sino-Eupeopean School on Atmospheric Chemistry (GZ 921), Chinesisch.-Deutsches Zentrum fur Wissenchaftsforderung, 2013.5-2013.5


5年代表性论文

2020

  1. 1.Wang, L.; Zhang, L.; Ristovski, Z.; Zheng, X.; Wang, H.; Li, L.; Gao, J.; Salimi, F.; Gao, Y.; Jing, S.; Wang, L.; *Chen, J.; Stevanovic, S., Assessing the Effect of Reactive Oxygen Species and Volatile Organic Compound Profiles Coming from Certain Types of Chinese Cooking on the Toxicity of Human Bronchial Epithelial Cells. Environ Sci Technol2020,54, (14), 8868-8877.

  2. 2.Wang, X.; Gemayel, R.; Hayeck, N.; Perrier, S.; Charbonnel, N.; Xu, C.; Chen, H.; Zhu, C.; Zhang, L.; Wang, L.; Nizkorodov, S. A.; Wang, X.; Wang, Z.; Wang, T.; Mellouki, A.; Riva, M.; *Chen, J.; *George, C., Atmospheric Photosensitization: A New Pathway for Sulfate Formation. Environ Sci Technol2020,54, (6), 3114-3120.

  3. 3.Wang, T.; Liu, Y.; Deng, Y.; Cheng, H.; Yang, Y.; Feng, Y.; Zhang, L.; Fu, H.; Chen, J., Photochemical Oxidation of Water-Soluble Organic Carbon (WSOC) on Mineral Dust and Enhanced Organic Ammonium Formation. Environ Sci Technol2020,.

  4. 4.Li, R.; Cui, L.; Fu, H.; Zhao, Y.; Zhou, W.; Chen, J., Satellite-Based Estimates of Wet Ammonium (NH4-N) Deposition Fluxes Across China during 20112016 Using a SpaceTime Ensemble Model. Environ Sci Technol2020,54, (21), 13419-13428.

  5. 5.Bai, Z.; Zhang, L.; Cheng, Y.; Zhang, W.; Mao, J.; Chen, H.; Li, L.; Wang, L.; Chen, J., Water/Methanol-Insoluble Brown Carbon Can Dominate Aerosol-Enhanced Light Absorption in Port Cities. Environ Sci Technol2020,.

  6. 6.Li, R.; Cui, L.; Fu, H.; Li, J.; Zhao, Y.; Chen, J., Satellite-based estimation of full-coverage ozone (O-3) concentration and health effect assessment across Hainan Island. J. Clean Prod2020,244, (118773).

  7. 7.Liu, Y.; Zhao, Q.; Hao, X.; Zhao, J.; Zhang, Y.; Yang, X.; Fu, Q.; Xu, X.; Wang, X.; Huo, J.; Chen, J., Increasing surface ozone and enhanced secondary organic carbon formation at a city junction site: An epitome of the Yangtze River Delta, China (2014-2017). Environ Pollut2020,265, (114847PT AA).

  8. 8.Chen, H.; Huo, J.; Fu, Q.; Duan, Y.; Xiao, H.; Chen, J., Impact of quarantine measures on chemical compositions of PM2.5 during the COVID-19 epidemic in Shanghai, China. Sci Total Environ2020,743, (140758).

  9. 9.Zhu, C.; Li, J.; Chen, H.; Cheng, T.; Wen, L.; Herrmann, H.; Xiao, H.; Chen, J., Inorganic composition and occult deposition of frost collected under severe polluted area in winter in the North China Plain. Sci Total Environ2020,722, (137911).

  10. 10.Zhang, F.; Shang, X.; Chen, H.; Xie, G.; Fu, Y.; Wu, D.; Sun, W.; Liu, P.; Zhang, C.; Mu, Y.; Zeng, L.; Wan, M.; Wang, Y.; Xiao, H.; Wang, G.; Chen, J., Significant impact of coal combustion on VOCs emissions in winter in a North China rural site. Sci Total Environ2020,720, (137617).

  11. 11.Mao, J.; Zhang, Y.; Yu, F.; Chen, J.; Sun, J.; Wang, S.; Zou, Z.; Zhou, J.; Yu, Q.; Ma, W.; Chen, L., Simulating the impacts of ship emissions on coastal air quality: Importance of a high -resolution emission inventory relative to cruise- and land -based observations. Sci Total Environ2020,728, (138454).

  12. 12.Xu, X.; Lu, X.; Li, X.; Liu, Y.; Wang, X.; Chen, H.; Chen, J.; Yang, X.; Fu, T.; Zhao, Q.; Fu, Q., ROS-generation potential of Humic-like substances (HULIS) in ambient PM2.5 in urban Shanghai: Association with HULIS concentration and light absorbance. Chemosphere2020,256, (127050).

  13. 13.Zhang, F.; Guo, H.; Chen, Y.; Matthias, V.; Zhang, Y.; Yang, X.; Chen, J., Size-segregated characteristics of organic carbon (OC), elemental carbon (EC) and organic matter in particulate matter (PM) emitted from different types of ships in China. Atmos Chem Phys2020,20, (3), 1549-1564.

  14. 14.Li, J.; Zhu, C.; Chen, H.; Zhao, D.; Xue, L.; Wang, X.; Li, H.; Liu, P.; Liu, J.; Zhang, C.; Mu, Y.; Zhang, W.; Zhang, L.; Herrmann, H.; Li, K.; Liu, M.; Chen, J., The evolution of cloud and aerosol microphysics at the summit of Mt.~Tai, China. Atmos Chem Phys2020,20, (22), 13735--13751.

  15. 15.Zhu, Z.; Zhang, J.; Lv, G.; George, C.; Herrmann, H.; Fu, H.; Li, D.; Zhang, L.; Sun, X.; Sun, H.; Guan, X.; Li, Q.; Dong, W.; Li, X.; Wang, X.; Wang, L.; Yang, X.; Liu, Q.; Chen, J.; Jiang, G., Complexation of Fe(III)/Catechols in atmospheric aqueous phase and the consequent cytotoxicity assessment in human bronchial epithelial cells (BEAS-2B). Ecotox Environ Safe2020,202, (110898).

  16. 16.Wei, Y.; Chen, H.; Sun, H.; Zhang, F.; Shang, X.; Yao, L.; Zheng, H.; Li, Q.; Chen, J., Nocturnal PM2.5 explosive growth dominates severe haze in the rural North China Plain. Atmos Res2020,242, (105020).

  17. 17.Sun, H.; Chen, H.; Yao, L.; Chen, J.; Zhu, Z.; Wei, Y.; Ding, X.; Chen, J., Sources and health risks of PM2.5-bound polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) in a North China rural area. J. Environ Sci-China2020,95, (SI), 240-247.

  18. 18.Wang, J.; Sun, S.; Zhang, C.; Xue, C.; Liu, P.; Zhang, C.; Mu, Y.; Wu, H.; Wang, D.; Chen, H.; Chen, J., The pollution levels, variation characteristics, sources and implications of atmospheric carbonyls in a typical rural area of North China Plain during winter. J. Environ Sci-China2020,95, (SI), 256-265.

  19. 19.Han, Y.; Chen, Y.; Feng, Y.; Song, W.; Cao, F.; Zhang, Y.; Li, Q.; Yang, X.; Chen, J., Different formation mechanisms of PAH during wood and coal combustion under different temperatures. Atmos Environ2020,222, (117084).

  20. 20.Liang, Y.; Li, Q.; Ding, X.; Wu, D.; Wang, F.; Otsuki, T.; Cheng, Y.; Shen, T.; Li, S.; Chen, J., Forward ultra-low emission for power plants via wet electrostatic precipitators and newly developed demisters: Filterable and condensable particulate matters. Atmos Environ2020,225, 117372.

  21. 21.Yao, L.; Huo, J.; Wang, D.; Fu, Q.; Sun, W.; Li, Q.; Chen, J., Online measurement of carbonaceous aerosols in suburban Shanghai during winter over a three-year period: Temporal variations, meteorological effects, and sources. Atmos Environ2020,226, 117408.

  22. 22.Li, J.; Zhu, C.; Chen, H.; Fu, H.; Xiao, H.; Wang, X.; Herrmann, H.; Chen, J., A More Important Role for the Ozone-S(IV) Oxidation Pathway Due to Decreasing Acidity in Clouds. J. Geophys Res-Atmos2020,125, (e2020JD03322018).

  23. 23.Ding, X.; Li, Q.; Wu, D.; Huo, Y.; Liang, Y.; Wang, H.; Zhang, J.; Wang, S.; Wang, T.; Ye, X.; Chen, J., Gaseous and Particulate Chlorine Emissions From Typical Iron and Steel Industry in China. J. Geophys Res-Atmos2020,125, (e2020JD03272915).

  24. 24.Liu, Z.; Chen, H.; Li, Q.; Sun, J.; Wang, L.; Yang, X.; Xiao, H.; Li, M.; Chen, J., Size-Resolved Mixing States and Sources of Amine-Containing Particles in the East China Sea. J. Geophys Res-Atmos2020,125, (e2020JD03316218).

  25. 25.Wang, L.; Zhu, S.; Liu, Z.; Lu, J.; Xiang, Z.; Lan, J.; Liu, J.; Yu, M.; Chen, Y.; Chen, J., Characterization of particulate matter and its extinction ability during different seasons and weather conditions in Sinkiang, China: two case studies. Environ Sci Pollut R.2020,27, (18), 22414-22422.

  26. 26.Teich, M.; Schmidtpott, M.; van Pinxteren, D.; Chen, J.; Herrmann, H., Separation and quantification of imidazoles in atmospheric particles using LC-Orbitrap-MS. J. Sep Sci2020,43, (3), 577-589.

  27. 27.Shang, X.; Li, L.; Zhang, X.; Kang, H.; Sui, G.; Wang, G.; Ye, X.; Xiao, H.; Chen, J., A semi-continuous study on the toxicity of atmospheric particles using a versatile aerosol concentration enrichment system (VACES): development and field characterization. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions2020,2020, 1--20.

    2019

  28. 28.Zhang, F.; Yu, X.; Sui, X.; Chen, J.; Zhu, Z.; Yu, X., Evolution of aqSOA from the Air-Liquid Interfacial Photochemistry of Glyoxal and Hydroxyl Radicals. Environ Sci Technol2019,53, (17), 10236-10245.

  29. 29.Pang, H.; Zhang, Q.; Lu, X.; Li, K.; Chen, H.; Chen, J.; Yang, X.; Ma, Y.; Ma, J.; Huang, C., Nitrite-Mediated Photooxidation of Vanillin in the Atmospheric Aqueous Phase. Environ Sci Technol2019,53, (24), 14253-14263.

  30. 30.Pang, H.; Zhang, Q.; Wang, H.; Cai, D.; Ma, Y.; Li, L.; Li, K.; Lu, X.; Chen, H.; Yang, X.; Chen, J., Photochemical Aging of Guaiacol by Fe(III)-Oxalate Complexes in Atmospheric Aqueous Phase. Environ Sci Technol2019,53, (1), 127-136.

  31. 31.Ding, X.; Li, Q.; Wu, D.; Liang, Y.; Xu, X.; Xie, G.; Wei, Y.; Sun, H.; Zhu, C.; Fu, H.; Chen, J., Unexpectedly Increased Particle Emissions from the Steel Industry Determined by Wet/Semidry/Dry Flue Gas Desulfurization Technologies. Environ Sci Technol2019,53, (17), 10361-10370.

  32. 32.Yao, L.; Wang, D.; Fu, Q.; Qiao, L.; Wang, H.; Li, L.; Sun, W.; Li, Q.; Wang, L.; Yang, X.; Zhao, Z.; Kan, H.; Xian, A.; Wang, G.; Xiao, H.; Chen, J., The effects of firework regulation on air quality and public health during the Chinese Spring Festival from 2013 to 2017 in a Chinese megacity. Environ Int2019,126, 96-106.

  33. 33.Wu, D.; Ding, X.; Li, Q.; Sun, J.; Huang, C.; Yao, L.; Wang, X.; Ye, X.; Chen, Y.; He, H.; Chen, J., Pollutants emitted from typical Chinese vessels: Potential contributions to ozone and secondary organic aerosols. J. Clean Prod2019,238, (UNSP 117862).

  34. 34.Li, R.; Fu, H.; Cui, L.; Li, J.; Wu, Y.; Meng, Y.; Wang, Y.; Chen, J., The spatiotemporal variation and key factors of SO2 in 336 cities across China. J. Clean Prod2019,210, 602-611.

  35. 35.Sun, W.; Wang, D.; Yao, L.; Fu, H.; Fu, Q.; Wang, H.; Li, Q.; Wang, L.; Yang, X.; Xian, A.; Wang, G.; Xiao, H.; Chen, J., Chemistry-triggered events of PM2.5 explosive growth during late autumn and winter in Shanghai, China. Environ Pollut2019,254, (A), 112864.

  36. 36.Li, R.; Wang, Z.; Cui, L.; Fu, H.; Zhang, L.; Kong, L.; Chen, W.; Chen, J., Air pollution characteristics in China during 2015-2016: Spatiotemporal variations and key meteorological factors. Sci Total Environ2019,648, 902--915.

  37. 37.Yao, L.; Zhan, B.; Xian, A.; Sun, W.; Li, Q.; Chen, J., Contribution of transregional transport to particle pollution and health effects in Shanghai during 2013-2017. Sci Total Environ2019,677, 564--570.

  38. 38.Dong, H.; Zheng, L.; Duan, X.; Zhao, W.; Chen, J.; Liu, S.; Sui, G., Cytotoxicity analysis of ambient fine particle in BEAS-2B cells on an air-liquid interface (ALI) microfluidics system. Sci Total Environ2019,677, 108-119.

  39. 39.Cui, L.; Li, R.; Fu, H.; Li, Q.; Zhang, L.; George, C.; Chen, J., Formation features of nitrous acid in the offshore area of the East China Sea. Sci Total Environ2019,682, 138--150.

  40. 40.Zhu, X.; Liu, Y.; Li, L.; Shi, Q.; Hou, J.; Zhang, R.; Zhang, S.; Chen, J., Nonthermal air plasma dehydration of hydrochar improves its carbon sequestration potential and dissolved organic matter molecular characteristics. Sci Total Environ2019,659, 655--663.

  41. 41.Chen, L.; Li, Q.; Di Wu; Sun, H.; Wei, Y.; Ding, X.; Chen, H.; Cheng, T.; Chen, J., Size distribution and chemical composition of primary particles emitted during open biomass burning processes: Impacts on cloud condensation nuclei activation. Sci Total Environ2019,674, 179--188.

  42. 42.Wang, Z.; Wang, T.; Fu, H.; Zhang, L.; Tang, M.; George, C.; Grassian, V. H.; Chen, J., Enhanced heterogeneous uptake of sulfur dioxide on mineral particles through modification of iron speciation during simulated cloud processing. Atmos Chem Phys2019,19, (19), 12569--12585.

  43. 43.Chang, Y.; Zhang, Y.; Li, J.; Tian, C.; Song, L.; Zhai, X.; Zhang, W.; Huang, T.; Lin, Y.; Zhu, C.; Fang, Y.; Lehmann, M. F.; Chen, J., Isotopic constraints on the atmospheric sources and formation of nitrogenous species in clouds influenced by biomass burning. Atmos Chem Phys2019,19, (19), 12221-12234.

  44. 44.Li, Z.; Nizkorodov, S. A.; Chen, H.; Lu, X.; Yang, X.; Chen, J., Nitrogen-containing secondary organic aerosol formation by acrolein reaction with ammonia/ammonium. Atmos Chem Phys2019,19, (2), 1343--1356.

  45. 45.Zhang, F.; Yu, X.; Chen, J.; Zhu, Z.; Yu, X., Dark air{extendash} liquid interfacial chemistry of glyoxal and hydrogen peroxide. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science2019,2, (1).

  46. 46.Jing, W.; Liu, Q.; Wang, M.; Zhang, X.; Chen, J.; Sui, G.; Wang, L., A method for particulate matter 2.5 (PM2.5) biotoxicity assay using luminescent bacterium. Ecotox Environ Safe2019,170, 796--803.

  47. 47.Xu, C.; Wei, M.; Chen, J.; Zhu, C.; Li, J.; Xu, X.; Wang, W.; Zhang, Q.; Ding, A.; Kan, H.; Zhao, Z.; Mellouki, A., Profile of inhalable bacteria in PM2.5 at Mt. Tai, China: Abundance, community, and influence of air mass trajectories. Ecotox Environ Safe2019,168, 110-119.

  48. 48.Zhao, W.; Fu, P.; Yue, S.; Li, L.; Xie, Q.; Zhu, C.; Wei, L.; Ren, H.; Li, P.; Li, W.; Sun, Y.; Wang, Z.; Kawamura, K.; Chen, J., Excitation-emission matrix fluorescence, molecular characterization and compound-specific stable carbon isotopic composition of dissolved organic matter in cloud water over Mt. Tai. Atmos Environ2019,213, 608-619.

  49. 49.Li, R.; Cui, L.; Zhao, Y.; Fu, H.; Li, Q.; Zhang, L.; Chen, J., Size-segregated water-soluble N-bearing species in the land-sea boundary zone of East China. Atmos Environ2019,218, 116990.

  50. 50.Ye, X.; Tao, Y.; Liu, Y.; Wang, R.; Li, Q.; Yang, X.; Chen, J., Size-fractionated water-soluble ions during autumn and winter: Insights into volatile ammonium formation mechanisms in Shanghai, a megacity of China. Atmospheric Environment: X2019,2, 100011.

    2018

  51. 51.Yao, L.; Garmash, O.; Bianchi, F.; Zheng, J.; Yan, C.; Kontkanen, J.; Junninen, H.; Mazon, S. B.; Ehn, M.; Paasonen, P.; Sipila, M.; Wang, M.; Wang, X.; Xiao, S.; Chen, H.; Lu, Y.; Zhang, B.; Wang, D.; Fu, Q.; Geng, F.; Li, L.; Wang, H.; Qiao, L.; Yang, X.; Chen, J.; Kerminen, V.; Petaja, T.; Worsnop, D. R.; Kulmala, M.; Wang, L., Atmospheric new particle formation from sulfuric acid and amines in a Chinese megacity. Science2018,361, (6399), 278-+.

  52. 52.Qian, F.; Zhu, X.; Liu, Y.; Shi, Q.; Wu, L.; Zhang, S.; Chen, J.; Ren, Z. J., Influences of Temperature and Metal on Subcritical Hydrothermal Liquefaction of Hyperaccumulator: Implications for the Recycling of Hazardous Hyperaccumulators. Environ Sci Technol2018,52, (4), 2225-2234.

  53. 53.Niu, Y.; Chen, R.; Xia, Y.; Cai, J.; Lin, Z.; Liu, C.; Chen, C.; Peng, L.; Zhao, Z.; Zhou, W.; Chen, J.; Kan, H., Personal Ozone Exposure and Respiratory Inflammatory Response: The Role of DNA Methylation in the Arginase-Nitric Oxide Synthase Pathway. Environ Sci Technol2018,52, (15), 8785-8791.

  54. 54.Wu, D.; Li, Q.; Ding, X.; Sun, J.; Li, D.; Fu, H.; Teich, M.; Ye, X.; Chen, J., Primary Particulate Matter Emitted from Heavy Fuel and Diesel Oil Combustion in a Typical Container Ship: Characteristics and Toxicity. Environ Sci Technol2018,52, (21), 12943-12951.

  55. 55.Hao, S.; Zhu, X.; Liu, Y.; Qian, F.; Fang, Z.; Shi, Q.; Zhang, S.; Chen, J.; Ren, Z. J., Production Temperature Effects on the Structure of Hydrochar-Derived Dissolved Organic Matter and Associated Toxicity. Environ Sci Technol2018,52, (13), 7486-7495.

  56. 56.Wang, T.; Liu, Y.; Deng, Y.; Fu, H.; Zhang, L.; Chen, J., Emerging investigator series: heterogeneous reactions of sulfur dioxide on mineral dust nanoparticles: from single component to mixed components. Environ. Sci.-Nano2018,5, (8), 1821-1833.

  57. 57.Cao, L.; Chen, H.; Tsang, D. C. W.; Luo, G.; Hao, S.; Zhang, S.; Chen, J., Optimizing xylose production from pinewood sawdust through dilute-phosphoric-acid hydrolysis by response surface methodology. J. Clean Prod2018,178, 572-579.

  58. 58.Wu, H.; Chen, H.; Wang, Y.; Ding, A.; Chen, J., The changing ambient mixing ratios of long-lived halocarbons under Montreal Protocol in China. J. Clean Prod2018,188, 774-785.

  59. 59.Cui, L.; Duo, B.; Zhang, F.; Li, C.; Fu, H.; Chen, J., Physiochemical characteristics of aerosol particles collected from the Jokhang Temple indoors and the implication to human exposure. Environ Pollut2018,236, 992-1003.

  60. 60.Cui, L.; Li, R.; Zhang, Y.; Meng, Y.; Fu, H.; Chen, J., An observational study of nitrous acid (HONO) in Shanghai, China: The aerosol impact on HONO formation during the haze episodes. Sci Total Environ2018,630, 1057-1070.

  61. 61.Jiang, S.; Ye, X.; Wang, R.; Tao, Y.; Ma, Z.; Yang, X.; Chen, J., Measurements of nonvolatile size distribution and its link to traffic soot in urban Shanghai. Sci Total Environ2018,615, 452-461.

  62. 62.Wang, T.; Liu, Y.; Deng, Y.; Fu, H.; Zhang, L.; Chen, J., The influence of temperature on the heterogeneous uptake of SO2 on hematite particles. Sci Total Environ2018,644, 1493-1502.

  63. 63.Li, Z.; Li, C.; Ye, X.; Fu, H.; Wang, L.; Yang, X.; Wang, X.; Zhao, Z.; Kan, H.; Mellouki, A.; Chen, J., Air quality in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River channel: a cruise campaign. Atmos Chem Phys2018,18, (19), 14445-14464.

  64. 64.Lv, G.; Sui, X.; Chen, J.; Jayaratne, R.; Mellouki, A., Investigation of new particle formation at the summit of Mt. Tai, China. Atmos Chem Phys2018,18, (3), 2243-2258.

  65. 65.Zhu, Y.; Yang, L.; Chen, J.; Kawamura, K.; Sato, M.; Tilgner, A.; van Pinxteren, D.; Chen, Y.; Xue, L.; Wang, X.; Simpson, I. J.; Herrmann, H.; Blake, D. R.; Wang, W., Molecular distributions of dicarboxylic acids, oxocarboxylic acids and alpha-dicarbonyls in PM2.5 collected at the top of Mt. Tai, North China, during the wheat burning season of 2014. Atmos Chem Phys2018,18, (14), 10741-10758.

  66. 66.Zhu, S.; Zheng, X.; Stevanovic, S.; Wang, L.; Wang, H.; Gao, J.; Xiang, Z.; Ristovski, Z.; Liu, J.; Yu, M.; Wang, L.; Chen, J., Investigating particles, VOCs, ROS produced from mosquito-repellent incense emissions and implications in SOA formation and human health. Build Environ2018,143, 645-651.

  67. 67.Xu, X.; Zhang, H.; Chen, J.; Li, Q.; Wang, X.; Wang, W.; Zhang, Q.; Xue, L.; Ding, A.; Mellouki, A., Six sources mainly contributing to the haze episodes and health risk assessment of PM2.5 at Beijing suburb in winter 2016. Ecotox Environ Safe2018,166, 146-156.

  68. 68.Han, T.; Yao, L.; Liu, L.; Xian, A.; Chen, H.; Dong, W.; Chen, J., Baosteel emission control significantly benefited air quality in Shanghai. J. Environ Sci-China2018,71, 127--135.

  69. 69.Li, R.; Meng, Y.; Fu, H.; Zhang, L.; Ye, X.; Chen, J., Characteristics of the pollutant emissions in a tunnel of Shanghai on a weekday. J. Environ Sci-China2018,71, 136-149.

  70. 70.Wang, Z.; Li, R.; Cui, L.; Fu, H.; Lin, J.; Chen, J., Characterization and acid-mobilization study for typical iron-bearing clay mineral. J. Environ Sci-China2018,71, 222-232.

  71. 71.Zhang, G.; Fu, H.; Chen, J., Effect of relative humidity and the presence of aerosol particles on the alpha-pinene ozonolysis. J. Environ Sci-China2018,71, 99-107.

  72. 72.Zhang, Y.; Li, R.; Fu, H.; Zhou, D.; Chen, J., Observation and analysis of atmospheric volatile organic compounds in a typical petrochemical area in Yangtze River Delta, China. J. Environ Sci-China2018,71, 233-248.

  73. 73.Duo, B.; Cui, L.; Wang, Z.; Li, R.; Zhang, L.; Fu, H.; Chen, J.; Zhang, H.; Qiong, A., Observations of atmospheric pollutants at Lhasa during 2014-2015: Pollution status and the influence of meteorological factors. J. Environ Sci-China2018,63, 28-42.

  74. 74.Liu, L.; Wang, X.; Chen, J.; Xue, L.; Wang, W.; Wen, L.; Li, D.; Chen, T., Understanding unusually high levels of peroxyacetyl nitrate (PAN) in winter in Urban Jinan, China. J. Environ Sci-China2018,71, 249-260.

  75. 75.Song, Y.; Sun, L.; Wang, X.; Zhang, Y.; Wang, H.; Li, R.; Xue, L.; Chen, J.; Wang, W., Pollution characteristics of particulate matters emitted from outdoor barbecue cooking in urban Jinan in eastern China. Front. Env. Sci. Eng.2018,12, (142).

  76. 76.Wang, T.; Liu, Y.; Deng, Y.; Fu, H.; Zhang, L.; Chen, J., Adsorption of SO2 on mineral dust particles influenced by atmospheric moisture. Atmos Environ2018,191, 153-161.

  77. 77.Zhang, J.; Yang, L.; Mellouki, A.; Chen, J.; Chen, X.; Gao, Y.; Jiang, P.; Li, Y.; Yu, H.; Wang, W., Atmospheric PAHs, NPAHs, and OPAHs at an urban, mountainous, and marine sites in Northern China: Molecular composition, sources, and ageing. Atmos Environ2018,173, 256-264.

  78. 78.Zhu, H.; Wang, H.; Jing, S.; Wang, Y.; Cheng, T.; Tao, S.; Lou, S.; Qiao, L.; Li, L.; Chen, J., Characteristics and sources of atmospheric volatile organic compounds (VOCs) along the mid-lower Yangtze River in China. Atmos Environ2018,190, 232-240.

  79. 79.Li, D.; Xue, L.; Wen, L.; Wang, X.; Chen, T.; Mellouki, A.; Chen, J.; Wang, W., Characteristics and sources of nitrous acid in an urban atmosphere of northern China: Results from 1-yr continuous observations. Atmos Environ2018,182, 296-306.

  80. 80.Sun, J.; Liu, L.; Xu, L.; Wang, Y.; Wu, Z.; Hu, M.; Shi, Z.; Li, Y.; Zhang, X.; Chen, J.; Li, W., Key Role of Nitrate in Phase Transitions of Urban Particles: Implications of Important Reactive Surfaces for Secondary Aerosol Formation. J. Geophys Res-Atmos2018,123, (2), 1234-1243.

  81. 81.Sui, X.; Zhou, Y.; Zhang, F.; Zhang, Y.; Chen, J.; Zhu, Z.; Yu, X., ToF-SIMS characterization of glyoxal surface oxidation products by hydrogen peroxide: A comparison between dry and liquid samples. Surf Interface Anal2018,50, (10), 927-938.

  82. 82.Zhu, C.; Chen, J.; Wang, X.; Li, J.; Wei, M.; Xu, C.; Xu, X.; Ding, A.; Jr. Collett, J. L., Chemical Composition and Bacterial Community in Size-Resolved Cloud Water at the Summit of Mt. Tai, China. Aerosol Air Qual. Res.2018,18, (1), 1-14.

    2017

  83. 83.Li, H.; Cai, J.; Chen, R.; Zhao, Z.; Ying, Z.; Wang, L.; Chen, J.; Hao, K.; Kinney, P. L.; Chen, H.; Kan, H., Particulate Matter Exposure and Stress Hormone Levels A Randomized, Double-Blind, Crossover Trial of Air Purification. Circulation2017,136, (7), 618-+.

  84. 84.Li, W.; Xu, L.; Liu, X.; Zhang, J.; Lin, Y.; Yao, X.; Gao, H.; Zhang, D.; Chen, J.; Wang, W.; Harrison, R. M.; Zhang, X.; Shao, L.; Fu, P.; Nenes, A.; Shi, Z., Air pollution-aerosol interactions produce more bioavailable iron for ocean ecosystems. Sci. Adv.2017,3, (3), e1601749.

  85. 85.Zhang, Y.; Gu, A. Z.; He, M.; Li, D.; Chen, J., Subinhibitory Concentrations of Disinfectants Promote the Horizontal Transfer of Multidrug Resistance Genes within and across Genera. Environ Sci Technol2017,51, (1), 570-580.

  86. 86.Fu, Y.; Kuppe, C.; Valev, V. K.; Fu, H.; Zhang, L.; Chen, J., Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy: A Facile and Rapid Method for the Chemical Component Study of Individual Atmospheric Aerosol. Environ Sci Technol2017,51, (11), 6260-6267.

  87. 87.Chen, H.; Wang, M.; Yao, L.; Chen, J.; Wang, L., Uptake of Gaseous Alkylamides by Suspended Sulfuric Acid Particles: Formation of Ammonium/Aminium Salts. Environ Sci Technol2017,51, (20), 11710-11717.

  88. 88.Han, J.; Zheng, X.; Zhang, L.; Fu, H.; Chen, J., Removal of SO2 on a nanoporous photoelectrode with simultaneous H-2 production. Environ. Sci.-Nano2017,4, (4), 834-842.

  89. 89.Qu, W.; Chen, Y.; Huang, Z.; Gao, J.; Zhou, M.; Chen, J.; Li, C.; Ma, Z.; Chen, J.; Tang, X., Active Tetrahedral Iron Sites of gamma-Fe2O3 Catalyzing NO Reduction by NH3. Environ. Sci. Tech. Let.2017,4, (6), 246-250.

  90. 90.Cao, L.; Zhang, C.; Chen, H.; Tsang, D. C. W.; Luo, G.; Zhang, S.; Chen, J., Hydrothermal liquefaction of agricultural and forestry wastes: state-of-the-art review and future prospects. Bioresource Technol2017,245, (A), 1184-1193.

  91. 91.Chang, Z.; Wu, H.; Pan, K.; Zhu, H.; Chen, J., Clean production pathways for regional power-generation system under emission constraints: A case study of Shanghai, China. J. Clean Prod2017,143, 989-1000.

  92. 92.Li, R.; Li, J.; Cui, L.; Wu, Y.; Fu, H.; Chen, J.; Chen, M., Atmospheric emissions of Cu and Zn from coal combustion in China: Spatio-temporal distribution, human health effects, and short-term prediction. Environ Pollut2017,229, 724-734.

  93. 93.Zhu, Y.; Yang, L.; Kawamura, K.; Chen, J.; Ono, K.; Wang, X.; Xue, L.; Wang, W., Contributions and source identification of biogenic and anthropogenic hydrocarbons to secondary organic aerosols at Mt. Tai in 2014. Environ Pollut2017,220, (B), 863-872.

  94. 94.Wang, X.; Gu, R.; Wang, L.; Xu, W.; Zhang, Y.; Chen, B.; Li, W.; Xue, L.; Chen, J.; Wang, W., Emissions of fine particulate nitrated phenols from the burning of five common types of biomass. Environ Pollut2017,230, 405-412.

  95. 95.Chen, B.; Bai, Z.; Cui, X.; Chen, J.; Andersson, A.; Gustafsson, O., Light absorption enhancement of black carbon from urban haze in Northern China winter. Environ Pollut2017,221, 418-426.

  96. 96.Chen, J.; Li, C.; Ristovski, Z.; Milic, A.; Gu, Y.; Islam, M. S.; Wang, S.; Hao, J.; Zhang, H.; He, C.; Guo, H.; Fu, H.; Miljevic, B.; Morawska, L.; Phong, T.; Fat, Y. L. A. M.; Pereira, G.; Ding, A.; Huang, X.; Dumka, U. C., A review of biomass burning: Emissions and impacts on air quality, health and climate in China. Sci Total Environ2017,579, 1000-1034.

  97. 97.Xu, C.; Wei, M.; Chen, J.; Wang, X.; Zhu, C.; Li, J.; Zheng, L.; Sui, G.; Li, W.; Wang, W.; Zhang, Q.; Mellouki, A., Bacterial characterization in ambient submicron particles during severe haze episodes at Ji'nan, China. Sci Total Environ2017,580, 188-196.

  98. 98.Zhao, T.; Yang, L.; Yan, W.; Zhang, J.; Lu, W.; Yang, Y.; Chen, J.; Wang, W., Chemical characteristics of PM1/PM2.5 and influence on visual range at the summit of Mount Tai, North China. Sci Total Environ2017,575, 458-466.

  99. 99.Wu, D.; Zhang, F.; Lou, W.; Li, D.; Chen, J., Chemical characterization and toxicity assessment of fine particulate matters emitted from the combustion of petrol and diesel fuels. Sci Total Environ2017,605, 172-179.

  100. 100.Fu, H.; Chen, J., Formation, features and controlling strategies of severe haze-fog pollutions in China. Sci Total Environ2017,578, 121-138.

  101. 101.Zhang, J.; Yang, L.; Chen, J.; Mellouki, A.; Jiang, P.; Gao, Y.; Li, Y.; Yang, Y.; Wang, W., Influence of fireworks displays on the chemical characteristics of PM2.5 in rural and suburban areas in Central and East China. Sci Total Environ2017,578, 476-484.

  102. 102.Xu, C.; Wei, M.; Chen, J.; Sui, X.; Zhu, C.; Li, J.; Zheng, L.; Sui, G.; Li, W.; Wang, W.; Zhang, Q.; Mellouki, A., Investigation of diverse bacteria in cloud water at Mt. Tai, China. Sci Total Environ2017,580, 258-265.

  103. 103.Li, R.; Fu, H.; Hu, Q.; Li, C.; Zhang, L.; Chen, J.; Mellouki, A. W., Physiochemical characteristics of aerosol particles in the typical microenvironment of hospital in Shanghai, China. Sci Total Environ2017,580, 651-659.

  104. 104.Lyu, Y.; Xu, T.; Yang, X.; Chen, J.; Cheng, T.; Li, X., Seasonal contributions to size-resolved n-alkanes (C-8-C-40) in the Shanghai atmosphere from regional anthropogenic activities and terrestrial plant waxes. Sci Total Environ2017,579, 1918-1928.

  105. 105.Wei, M.; Xu, C.; Chen, J.; Zhu, C.; Li, J.; Lv, G., Characteristics of bacterial community in cloud water at Mt Tai: similarity and disparity under polluted and non-polluted cloud episodes. Atmos Chem Phys2017,17, (8), 5253-5270.

  106. 106.Wei, M.; Xu, C.; Chen, J.; Zhu, C.; Li, J.; Lv, G., Characteristics of bacterial community in cloud water at Mt Tai: similarity and disparity under polluted and non-polluted cloud episodes. Atmos Chem Phys2017,17, (8), 5253-5270.

  107. 107.Li, J.; Wang, X.; Chen, J.; Zhu, C.; Li, W.; Li, C.; Liu, L.; Xu, C.; Wen, L.; Xue, L.; Wang, W.; Ding, A.; Herrmann, H., Chemical composition and droplet size distribution of cloud at the summit of Mount Tai, China. Atmos Chem Phys2017,17, (16), 9885-9896.

  108. 108.Chen, S.; Xu, L.; Zhang, Y.; Chen, B.; Wang, X.; Zhang, X.; Zheng, M.; Chen, J.; Wang, W.; Sun, Y.; Fu, P.; Wang, Z.; Li, W., Direct observations of organic aerosols in common wintertime hazes in North China: insights into direct emissions from Chinese residential stoves. Atmos Chem Phys2017,17, (2), 1258-1270.

  109. 109.Xu, C.; Wei, M.; Chen, J.; Zhu, C.; Li, J.; Lv, G.; Xu, X.; Zheng, L.; Sui, G.; Li, W.; Chen, B.; Wang, W.; Zhang, Q.; Ding, A.; Mellouki, A., Fungi diversity in PM2.5 and PM1 at the summit of Mt. Tai: abundance, size distribution, and seasonal variation. Atmos Chem Phys2017,17, (18), 11247-11260.

  110. 110.Fang, Z.; Deng, W.; Zhang, Y.; Ding, X.; Tang, M.; Liu, T.; Hu, Q.; Zhu, M.; Wang, Z.; Yang, W.; Huang, Z.; Song, W.; Bi, X.; Chen, J.; Sun, Y.; George, C.; Wang, X., Open burning of rice, corn and wheat straws: primary emissions, photochemical aging, and secondary organic aerosol formation. Atmos Chem Phys2017,17, (24), 14821-14839.

  111. 111.Li, R.; Hu, Y.; Li, L.; Fu, H.; Chen, J., Real-time aerosol optical properties, morphology and mixing states under clear, haze and fog episodes in the summer of urban Beijing. Atmos Chem Phys2017,17, (8), 5079-5093.

  112. 112.Zhai, J.; Lu, X.; Li, L.; Zhang, Q.; Zhang, C.; Chen, H.; Yang, X.; Chen, J., Size-resolved chemical composition, effective density, and optical properties of biomass burning particles. Atmos Chem Phys2017,17, (12), 7481-7493.

  113. 113.Xu, T.; Jiang, L.; Yang, X.; Chen, J.; Cheng, T.; Li, X., Design and application of a novel integrated microsampling system for simultaneous collection of gas- and particle-phase semivolatile organic compounds. Atmos Environ2017,149, 1-11.

  114. 114.Li, R.; Cui, L.; Li, J.; Zhao, A.; Fu, H.; Wu, Y.; Zhang, L.; Kong, L.; Chen, J., Spatial and temporal variation of particulate matter and gaseous pollutants in China during 2014-2016. Atmos Environ2017,161, 235-246.

  115. 115.Wang, X.; Hayeck, N.; Brueggemann, M.; Yao, L.; Chen, H.; Zhang, C.; Emmelin, C.; Chen, J.; George, C.; Wang, L., Chemical Characteristics of Organic Aerosols in Shanghai: A Study by Ultrahigh-Performance Liquid Chromatography Coupled with Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry. J. Geophys Res-Atmos2017,122, (21), 11703-11722.

  116. 116.Chen, B.; Zhu, Z.; Wang, X.; Andersson, A.; Chen, J.; Zhang, Q.; Gustafsson, Ã. R., Reconciling modeling with observations of radiative absorption of black carbon aerosols. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres2017,122, (11), 5932--5942.

  117. 117.Bruggemann, M.; Hayeck, N.; Bonnineau, C.; Pesce, S.; Alpert, P. A.; Perrier, S.; Zuth, C.; Hoffmann, T.; Chen, J.; George, C., Interfacial photochemistry of biogenic surfactants: a major source of abiotic volatile organic compounds. Faraday Discuss2017,200, 59-74.

  118. 118.Sui, X.; Zhou, Y.; Zhang, F.; Chen, J.; Zhu, Z.; Yu, X., Deciphering the aqueous chemistry of glyoxal oxidation with hydrogen peroxide using molecular imaging. Phys Chem Chem Phys2017,19, (31), 20357-20366.

  119. 119.Yang, F.; Wang, Y.; Li, H.; Yang, M.; Li, T.; Cao, F.; Chen, J.; Wang, Z., Influence of Cloud/Fog on Atmospheric VOCs in the Free Troposphere: A Case Study at Mount Tai in Eastern China. Aerosol Air Qual. Res.2017,17, (10), 2401-2412.

    2016

  120. 120.Wang, M.; Yao, L.; Zheng, J.; Wang, X.; Chen, J.; Yang, X.; Worsnop, D. R.; Donahue, N. M.; Wang, L., Reactions of Atmospheric Particulate Stabilized Criegee Intermediates Lead to High-Molecular-Weight Aerosol Components. Environ Sci Technol2016,50, (11), 5702-5710.

  121. 121.Sun, J.; Peng, H.; Chen, J.; Wang, X.; Wei, M.; Li, W.; Yang, L.; Zhang, Q.; Wang, W.; Mellouki, A., An estimation of CO2 emission via agricultural crop residue open field burning in China from 1996 to 2013. J. Clean Prod2016,112, (4), 2625-2631.

  122. 122.Wang, H. L.; Qiao, L. P.; Lou, S. R.; Zhou, M.; Ding, A. J.; Huang, H. Y.; Chen, J. M.; Wang, Q.; Tao, S.; Chen, C. H.; Li, L.; Huang, C., Chemical composition of PM2.5 and meteorological impact among three years in urban Shanghai, China. J. Clean Prod2016,112, (2), 1302-1311.

  123. 123.Lyu, H.; Fang, Y.; Ren, S.; Chen, K.; Luo, G.; Zhang, S.; Chen, J., Monophenols separation from monosaccharides and acids by two-stage nanofiltration and reverse osmosis in hydrothermal liquefaction hydrolysates. J. Membrane Sci2016,504, 141-152.

  124. 124.Zhu, X.; Yang, S.; Wang, L.; Liu, Y.; Qian, F.; Yao, W.; Zhang, S.; Chen, J., Tracking the conversion of nitrogen during pyrolysis of antibiotic mycelial fermentation residues using XPS and TG-FTIR-MS technology. Environ Pollut2016,211, (""), 20-27.

  125. 125.Yao, L.; Yang, L.; Chen, J.; Wang, X.; Xue, L.; Li, W.; Sui, X.; Wen, L.; Chi, J.; Zhu, Y.; Zhanga, J.; Xu, C.; Zhu, T.; Wang, W., Characteristics of carbonaceous aerosols: Impact of biomass burning and secondary formation in summertime in a rural area of the North China Plain. Sci Total Environ2016,557, 520-530.

  126. 126.Wang, D.; Zhou, B.; Fu, Q.; Zhao, Q.; Zhang, Q.; Chen, J.; Yang, X.; Duan, Y.; Li, J., Intense secondary aerosol formation due to strong atmospheric photochemical reactions in summer: observations at a rural site in eastern Yangtze River Delta of China. Sci Total Environ2016,571, 1454-1466.

  127. 127.Wang, X. K.; Rossignol, S.; Ma, Y.; Yao, L.; Wang, M. Y.; Chen, J. M.; George, C.; Wang, L., Molecular characterization of atmospheric particulate organosulfates in three megacities at the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. Atmos Chem Phys2016,16, (4), 2285-2298.

  128. 128.Gong, X.; Zhang, C.; Chen, H.; Nizkorodov, S. A.; Chen, J.; Yang, X., Size distribution and mixing state of black carbon particles during a heavy air pollution episode in Shanghai. Atmos Chem Phys2016,16, (8), 5399-5411.

  129. 129.Lv, Y.; Li, X.; Xu, T. T.; Cheng, T. T.; Yang, X.; Chen, J. M.; Iinuma, Y.; Herrmann, H., Size distributions of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in urban atmosphere: sorption mechanism and source contributions to respiratory deposition. Atmos Chem Phys2016,16, (5), 2971-2983.

  130. 130.Hu, Q.; Fu, H.; Wang, Z.; Kong, L.; Chen, M.; Chen, J., The variation of characteristics of individual particles during the haze evolution in the urban Shanghai atmosphere. Atmos Res2016,181, 95-105.

  131. 131.Li, X.; Chen, M.; Le, H. P.; Wang, F.; Guo, Z.; Iinuma, Y.; Chen, J.; Herrmann, H., Atmospheric outflow of PM2.5 saccharides from megacity Shanghai to East China Sea: Impact of biological and biomass burning sources. Atmos Environ2016,143, 1-14.

  132. 132.Li, C.; Hu, Y.; Chen, J.; Ma, Z.; Ye, X.; Yang, X.; Wang, L.; Wang, X.; Mellouki, A., Physiochemical properties of carbonaceous aerosol from agricultural residue burning: Density, volatility, and hygroscopicity. Atmos Environ2016,140, 94-105.

  133. 133.Li, X.; Jiang, L.; Le Phuoc, H.; Lyu, Y.; Xu, T.; Yang, X.; Iinuma, Y.; Chen, J.; Herrmann, H., Size distribution of particle-phase sugar and nitrophenol tracers during severe urban haze episodes in Shanghai. Atmos Environ2016,145, 115-127.

  134. 134.Tao, Y.; Ye, X.; Jiang, S.; Yang, X.; Chen, J.; Xie, Y.; Wang, R., Effects of amines on particle growth observed in new particle formation events. J. Geophys Res-Atmos2016,121, (1), 324-335.

  135. 135.Sun, Z.; Kong, L.; Ding, X.; Du, C.; Zhao, X.; Chen, J.; Fu, H.; Yang, X.; Cheng, T., The effects of acetaldehyde, glyoxal and acetic acid on the heterogeneous reaction of nitrogen dioxide on gamma-alumina. Phys Chem Chem Phys2016,18, (14), 9367-9376.

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