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100 Talents Program of Chinese Academy of Sciences
LIU Jingfu
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  18 Shuangqing Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China
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Education and Appointments:
Dr. Jingfu Liu is currently a professor of the State Key Laboratory of Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He graduated from Nanchang University in 1986, and received his MSc (Environmental Chemistry) and PhD (Environmental Sciences) from RCEES, CAS in 1992 and 20022, respectively. Dr. Liu finished his postdoctoral research in Lund University (Sweden) in 2006, and joined RCEES with the support of the “100 Talent Project of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Prof. Liu’s major research interests involve the environmental analytical methodology, and study the fate and bioavailability of persistent toxic substances. Dr. Liu has published over 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals. 

Research Interest:

Analytical methodology and environmental processes/effects of persistent toxic substances

(1) Analysis of persistent toxic substances by using new techniques and new materials such as nanomaterials and ionic liquids

(2) Analytical methodology, environmental processes and effects of emerging contaminants such as engineered nanomaterials

(3)Mechanism environmental implications of the interaction between nanosized substance and persistent toxic substances

Public Services:


2010, “National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars”

2006, “100 Talent Project of Chinese Academy of Sciences”

2005, First Prize of China Association for Instrument Analysis (CAIA)

2004, 100 Excellent Doctoral Dissertations of China

2003, First Prize of China Association for Instrument Analysis (CAIA)

2002, Special Prize of Presidential Scholarship of Chinese Academy of Sciences

2002, Excellent Student Award of Baosteel Education Foundation

1997, Award of Advance in Science and Technology, Beijing

1996, New Star of Science and Technology, Beijing

Selected Publications:

1. Liu, R.; Liu, J.-F.*; Jiang, G.-B. Use of Triton X-114 as a weak capping agent for one-pot aqueous phase synthesis of ultrathin noble metal nanowires and a primary study of their electrocatalytic activity. Chem. Commun. 2010, 46, 7010-7012.

2. Tan, Z.-Q.; Liu, J.-F.*. Visual test of subparts per billion-level mercuric ion with a gold nanoparticle probe after preconcentration by hollow fiber supported liquid membrane. Anal. Chem. 2010, 82, 4222-4228.

3. Zhang, Z.; Liu, J.-F.*; Shao, B.; Jiang, G.-B. Time-resolved fluoroimmunoassay as an advantageous approach for highly efficient determination of sulfonamides in environmental waters. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2010, 44, 1030-1035.

4. Tan, Z.-Q.; Liu, J.-F.*; Liu, R.; Yin, Y.-G.; Jiang, G.-B. Visual and colorimetric detection of Hg2+ by cloud point extraction with functionalized gold nanoparticles as a probe. Chem. Commun. 2009, 7030-7032.

5. Liu, J.-F.*; Chao, J.-B.; Liu, R.; Tan, Z.-Q.; Yin, Y.-G.; Wu, Y.; Jiang, G.-B. Cloud point extraction as an advantageous preconcentration approach for analysis of trace silver nanoparticles in environmental waters. Anal. Chem. 2009, 81, 6496-6502.

6. Liu, J.-F.; Liu, R.; Yin, Y.-G.; Jiang, G.-B.* Triton X-114 based cloud point extraction: a thermoresversible approach for separation/concentration and dispersion of nanomaterials in aqueous phase. Chem. Commun. 2009, 1514-1516.

7. Liu, J.-F.; Zhao, Z.-S.; Jiang, G.-B.* Coating Fe3O4 magnetic nanoparticles with humic acid for high efficient removal of heavy metals in water. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2008, 42, 6949-6954.

8. Liu, J.-F.; Hu, X.-L.; Peng, J.-F.; Jönsson, J. Å.; Mayer, P.; Jiang, G.-B.* Equilibrium sampling of freely dissolved alkylphenols into a thin film of 1-octanol supported on a hollow fiber membrane. Anal. Chem. 2006, 78, 8526-8534.

9. Liu, J.-F.*; Jönsson, J. Å.; Jiang, G.-B. Application of ionic liquids in analytical chemistry. Trends Anal. Chem. 2005, 24, 20-27.

10. Liu, J.-F.; Jönsson, J. Å.*; Mayer, P. Equilibrium sampling through membranes of freely dissolved chlorophenols in water samples with hollow fiber supported liquid membrane. Anal. Chem. 2005, 77, 4800-4809.

11. Liu, J.-F.; Jiang, G.-B.*; Chi, Y.-G.; Cai, Y.-Q.; Zhou, Q.-X.; Hu, J.-T. Use of ionic liquids for liquid-phase microextraction of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Anal. Chem. 2003, 75, 5870-5876.

Supported Projects:

1. National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars: “Environmental Analytical Chemistry and Environmental Pollution Chemistry”

2. Hi-Tech Research and Development Program of China (863 Program): “Passive Sampling Techniques and Devices for Polar Organic Pollutants in Water”

3. General Program of National Natural Science Foundation of China: “Separation, Determination, Transportation and Transformation of Nano Silvers in Environmental Waters.

4. General Program of National Natural Science Foundation of China: “In-situ Biomimic Sampling and Bioavailability of Trace Level Inorganic Mercury and Methylmercury in Aquatic Environment”

5. National Key Water Program of China: “Key Techniques for Ecological Risk Assessment of Water Pollution in Songhuajiang River”

6. National Basic Research Program of China (973 Program): Basic research on the application of nanomaterials and nano technologies in selectively removal of pollutants in water.

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