HU Ying

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Ying Hu

Lecturer of Physical Chemistry, China Pharmaceutical University

School of Science

Phone: 86-13685199524

Email: 1020172555@cpu.edu.cn

Research Summary

Dr. Hu’s research is concerned with the kinetics and mechanism of oxidation of sulfur-containing compounds. High-performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (HPLC-MS), capillary electrophoresis (CE) and ultraviolet spectrophotometer (UV-Vis) were used to detect and track different intermedium during the reaction. Then the qualitative and quantitative analysis of many species can be carried out which will contribute to reveal the detail reaction mechanism. Due to different disadvantages for every methods, more information about the oxidation of sulfur compounds (the changes in the oxidation state of sulfur, intermedium) would be obtained when combinating various analytical techniques, which will help us to explore the chemical kinetics and mechanisms of these redox reactions.


Education

09/2004- 07/2008China University of Mining and Technology

Major in applied chemistry, Bachelor Degree

09/2008 - 07/2011  China University of Mining and Technology

Major in physical chemistry, Master Degree

09/2011 - 07/2014  China University of Mining and Technology

Major in applied chemistry, Doctor Degree


Academic Experience

09/2014 - 06/2017   China University of Mining and Technology

Postdoctoral Researcher

08/2015 - 09/2016   Auburn University

Visiting Scholar


Publications

[1] Ying Hu, Guangyuan Xie, David M. Stanbury. Oxidations at Sulfur Centers by Aqueous Hypochlorous Acid and Hypochlorite: Cl+ Versus O Atom Transfer. Inorg. Chem. 2017, 56(7): 4047-4056.

[2] Ying Hu, David M. Stanbury. One-electron Oxidation of Hydrogen Sulfide by a Stable Oxidant: Hexachloroiridate(IV). Inorg. Chem.2016, 55(15): 7797-7803.

[3] Ying Hu, Attila K. Horváth, Sasa Duan, György Csekő, Sergei V. Makarov, Qingyu Gao. Mechanism Involving Hydrogen Sulfite Ions, Chlorite Ions, and Hypochlorous Acid as Key Intermediates of the Autocatalytic Chlorine Dioxide-Thiourea Dioxide Reaction. Eur. J. Inorg. Chem.2015, 30: 5011-5020.

[4] Ying Hu, Yanan Song, Attila K. Horváth, Yin Cui, Chen Ji, Yuemin Zhao, Qingyu Gao. Combined Capillary Electrophoresis and High Performance Liquid Chromatography Studies on the Kinetics and Mechanism of the Hydrogen Peroxide–Thiocyanate Reaction in a Weakly Alkaline Solution. Talanta.2014, 120(5): 10-16.

[5] Ying Hu, Jiamin Feng, Yanwei Li, Yanyan Sun, Li Xu, Yuemin Zhao, Qingyu Gao. Kinetic Study on Hydrolysis and Oxidation of Formamidine Disulfide in Acidic Solutions. Sci China Ser B-Chem.2012, 55(2): 235-241.

[6] György Csekö, Ying Hu, Yanan Song, Tímea R. Kégl, Qingyu Gao, Sergei V. Makarov, Attila K. Horváth. Kinetic Evidence of Tautomerism of Thiourea Dioxide in Aqueous Acidic Solutions. Eur. J. Inorg. Chem.2014, 11: 1875-1879.

[7] Ling Yuan, Tao Yang, Yang Liu, Ying Hu, Yuemin Zhao, Juhua Zheng, Qingyu Gao. pH Oscillations and Mechanistic Analysis in the Hydrogen Peroxide−Sulfite−Thiourea Reaction System. J. Phys. Chem. A2014, 118(15): 2702-2708.

[8] Changwei Pan, Yang Liu, Attila K. Horváth, Zhen Wang, Ying Hu, Chen Ji, Yuemin Zhao, Qingyu Gao. Kinetics and Mechanism of the Alkaline Decomposition of Hexathionate Ion. J. Phys. Chem. A2013, 11, 117(14): 2924-2931.

[9] Li Xu, Attila K. Horváth, Ying Hu, Chen Ji, Yuemin Zhao, Qingyu Gao. High Performance Liquid Chromatography Study on the Kinetics and Mechanism of Chlorite-Thiosulfate Reaction in Slightly Alkaline Medium. J. Phys. Chem. A2011, 11(10): 1853-1860.