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    1. X. Lu, K. Shih, X. Li, et al. Accuracy and application of quantitative X-ray diffraction on the precipitation of struviteproduc,Water Research, 2016 (IF=5.528).

    2. Y. P. Gao, Y. M. Ji, G. Y. Li, B. M. Mai, T. C. An*. Bioaccumulation and ecotoxicity increase during indirect photochemical transformation of polycyclic musk tonalide: a modeling study. Water Res. 2016, in press. (IF=5.991)

    3. Y. P. Gao, Y. M. Ji, G. Y. Li, T. C. An*. Theoretical investigation on the kinetics and mechanisms of hydroxyl radical-induced transformation of parabens and its consequences for toxicity: Influence of alkyl-chain length.Water Res. 2016, 91: 77-85. (IF2015=5.991)

    4. G. Y. Li, X. L. Liu, T. C. An*, P. K. Wong, H. J. Zhao*. A novel method developed for estimating mineralization efficiencies and its application in PC and PEC degradations of large molecule biological compounds with unknown chemical formula.Water Res. 2016, 95: 150-158. (IF2015=5.991)

    5. G. Y. Li, X. Nie, J. Y. Chen, P. K. Wong, T. C. An*, H. Yamashita, H.J. Zhao*. Enhanced simultaneous PEC eradication of bacteria and antibiotics by facilely fabricated high-activity {001} facets TiO2 mounted onto TiO2 nanotubularphotoanode. Water Res. 2016, 101: 597-605. (IF=5.991)

    6. Y. Wang, H. Lou,J. Jia, et al. Effect of particle water on ozone and secondary organic aerosol formation from benzene-NO2-NaCl irradiations. Atmospheric Environment, 2016 (IF=3.456) .

    7. H. W. Sun, G. Y. Li, T. C. An*, H. J. Zhao, P. K. Wong*. Unveiling the photoelectrocatalytic inactivation mechanism of E. coli: convincing evidence from responses of parent and anti-oxidation single gene knockout mutants. Water Res. 2016, 88: 135-143. (IF=5.991)

    8. M. Lin, X. Ning *, T. C. An, et al. Degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in textile dyeing sludge with ultrasound and Fenton processes: Effect of system parameters and synergistic effect study. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2016

    9. J. Liang, X. Ning*, T. C. An, et al. Degradation of aromatic amines in textile-dyeing sludge by combining the ultrasound technique with potassium permanganate treatment, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2016(IF=4.836).

    10. X.Ning *, M. Lin, L. Shen,et al. Levels, Composition profiles and risk assessment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in sludge collected from ten textile dyeing plants, Environmental Research, 2015(IF=3.951) .

    11. Y. Wang, H. Lou, J. Jia, et al. Effect of particle water on ozone and secondary organic aerosol formation from benzene-NO2-NaCl irradiations. Atmospheric Environment, 2016 (IF=3.456) .

    12. J. Sun*, B. Cai, Y. Zhang, et al. Unveiling characteristics of an bioelectrochemical system with polarity reversion for simultaneous azo dye treatment and bioelectricity generation, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2015 (IF=3.376).

    13. X.Ning *, J. Liang , R. Li, et al. Aromatic amine contents, component distributions and risk assessment in sludgefrom 10textile-dyeing plants,Chemosphere, 2015(IF=3.698) .

    14. X.Ning *,J. Wang, R. Li, et al. Fate of volatile aromatic hydrocarbons in the wastewater from six textile dyeing wastewater treatment plants, Chemosphere, 2015(IF=3.698) .

    15. K. Chang, Q. Sun, Y. Peng, et al. Cu2O loaded titanate nanotube arrays for simultaneously photoelectrochemical ibuprofen oxidation and hydrogen generation,Chemosphere, 2015(IF=3.698) .

    16. J. Sun*, B. Cai, Y. Zhang, et al. Sequential decolorization of azo dye and mineralizaton of decolorization liquid coupled with bioelectricity generation using a pH self-neutralized photobioelectrochemical system operated with polarity reversion,Journal of Hazardous Materials,2015(IF=4.529).

    17. X.Ning *, W. Wen, Y. Zhang, et al. Enhanced dewaterability of textile dyeing sludge using micro-electrolysis pretreatment, Journal of Environmental Management, 2015(IF=3.188) .

    18. X. Ning*, Y. Feng, J. Wu, et al. Effect of K2FeO4/US treatment on textile dyeing sludge disintegration and dewaterability, Journal of Environmental Management, 2015(IF=3.188) .

    19. X. Ning*, H. Luo, X. Liang, et al. Effects of tannery sludge incineration slag pretreatment on sludge dewaterability, Chemical Engineering Journal, 2013(IF=4.058) .

    20. X. Ning*, H. Chen, J. Wu, et al. Effects of ultrasound assisted Fenton treatment on textile dyeing sludge structure and dewaterability, Chemical Engineering Journal, 2013(IF=4.058) .

    21. M. Lin, X. Ning*, P. Wei,et al. Study of the heavy metals residual in the incineration slag of textile dyeing sludge, Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2014,(IF=2.637) .

    22. H. Luo, X. Ning*, X. Liang, et al. Effects of sawdust-CPAM on textile dyeing sludge dewaterability and filter cake properties, Bioresouce Technology, 2013(IF=5.039) .

    23. R. Li, X. Ning*, J. Sun, et al. Decolorization and biodegradation of the Congo red by Acinetobacter baumannii YNWH 226 and its polymer production’s?occulation and dewatering potential, Bioresouce Technology, 2015(IF=4.494) .

    24. K. Chang, X. Chen, Y. Han, et al. Synergistic effects of surfactant-assisted ionic liquid pretreatment rice straw, Bioresource Technology,2015(IF=4.917) .

    25. J. Sun, B. Cai, Y. Zhang, et al. Regulation of biocathode microbial fuel cell performance with respect to azo dye degradation and electricity generation via the selection of anodic inoculum. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2016(IF=3.205).

    26. X. Liang, X. Ning*, G. Chen, et al. Concentrations and speciation of heavy metals in sludge from nine textile dyeing plants, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 2013(IF=2.482).

    27. Qintie Lin*, HuanlongPeng, SongxiongZhong, et al. Synthesis, characterization, and secondary sludge dewatering performance of a novel combined silicon–aluminum–iron–starch flocculant. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2015, 285:199 - 206.

    28. Qintie Lin*, Jianxin Pan, Qinlu Lin, et al. Microwave synthesis and adsorption performance of a novel crosslinked starch microsphere. Journal of Hazardous Materials,2013, 263:517 - 524.

    29. Qintie Lin*, ShuQian, Congjian Li, et al. Synthesis, flocculation and adsorption performance of amphoteric starch. Carbohydrate Polymers, 2012,90 :275 - 283.

    30. Qintie Lin*, HuanlongPeng, Qinlu Lin, et al. Formation, breakage and reformation of flocs formed by cationic starch. Water Science and Technology, 2013, 68(6):1352 - 1358.

    31. Qintie Lin*, Hanping Pan, Haoping Huang, et al. Flocculation mechanism by a novel combined aluminum-ferrous-starch flocculant. Water Science and Technology, 2012, 65.12: 2169 - 2174.

    32. Qintie Lin*, Hanping Pan, Kun Yao, et al. Competitive removal of Cu-EDTA and Ni-EDTA via microwave-enhanced Fenton oxidation with hydroxide precipitation. Water Science and Technology, 2015, 72.7:1184 - 1190.

    33. Qintie Lin*, Zhiliang Chen, Jieting Liu, et al. Optimization of struvite crystallization to recover nutrients from raw swine wastewater, Desalination and Water Treatment, 2014,56(11):3106 - 3112.

    34. HuanlongPeng, SongxiongZhong, Qintie Lin*, et al. Removal of both cationic and anionic contaminants by amphoteric starch. Carbohydrate Polymers, 2016,138:210 - 214.

    35. Xiaoguo Ma*, Minghua Huang, Zhihua Li, et al. Hollow fiber supported liquid-phase microextraction using ionic liquid as extractant for preconcentration of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes from water sample with gas chromatography-hydrogen flame ionization detection. Journal of Hazardous Materials,2011,30:24 - 29.

    36. JianpingZou, Xiaoguo Ma*, Yongfeng Dang, et al. Trace determination of cadmium(II) and copper(II) in environmental water samples by solid-phase extraction using a novel ionic liquid-modified composite sorbent combined with flame atomic absorption spectrometry. Royal society of Chemistry,2014,29:1692 - 1697.

    37. Jufang Cheng, Xiaoguo Ma*, Yuguang Wu. Silica Gel Chemically Modified with Ionic Liquid as Novel Sorbent for Solid-Phase Extraction and Preconcentration of Lead from Beer and Tea Drink Samples Followed by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometric Determination.Food Analytical Methods,2014,7(5):1083 - 1089.

    38. ZhongbenGao, Xiaoguo Ma*.Speciation analysis of mercury in water using dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction combined with high performance liquid chromatography. AnalyticaChimicaActa, 2011, 702:50 - 55.

    39. Xiaoguo Ma*. Magnetic molecularly imprinted polymer nanoparticles based solid-phase extraction coupled with gas chromatography–mass spectrometry for selective determination of trace di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate in water samples. Analytical andBioanalytical Chemistry, 2016.

    40. Z.H. Cheng, F. L. Fu*, D. D. Dionysiou, B. Tang. Adsorption, oxidation, and reduction behavior of arsenic in the removal of aqueous As(III) by mesoporous Fe/Al bimetallic particles. Water Research, 2016, 96 : 22-31.

    41. B. Tang*, C. F. Yu, L. Y. Bin, Y. L. Zhao, X. F. Feng, S.S. Huang, F. L. Fu, J. W. Ding, C. Q. Chen, P. Li, Q. Y. Chen. Essential factors of an integrated moving bed biofilm reactor – membrane bioreactor: Adhesion characteristics and microbial community of the biofilm. Bioresource Technology, 2016, 211: 574-583.

    42. W. X. Zhang, N. Grim, M. Y. Jaffrin, L. H. Ding*. Leaf protein concentration of alfalfa juice by membrane technology. Journal of Membrane Science , 2015, 489 : 183-193.

    43. F. L. Fu*, D. D. Dionysiou, H. Liu. The use of zero-valent iron for groundwater remediation and wastewater treatment: A review, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2014, 267: 194–205.

    44. B. Tang*, B. Qiu, S.S. Huang, K.H. Yang, L.Y. Bin, F.L. Fu, H.W. Yang. Distribution and mass transfer of dissolved oxygen in a multi-habitat membrane bioreactor. Bioresource Technology, 2015, 182: 323-328.

    45. B. Tang*, Z. Zhang, X. Chen, L. Y. Bin, S. S. Huang, F. L. Fu, H. W. Yang, C. Q. Chen. Biodiversity and succession of microbial community in a multi-habitat membrane bioreactor. Bioresource Technology, 2014, 164: 354-361.

    46. W. Su, B. Tang*, F. L. Fu, S. S. Huang, S. Y. Zhao, L. Y. Bin, J. W. Ding, C. Q. Chen. A new insight into resource recovery of excess sewage sludge: Feasibility of extracting mixed amino acids as an environment-friendly corrosion inhibitor for industrial pickling. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 2014, 279: 38–45.

    47. W. H. Han, F. L. Fu*, Z. H. Cheng, B. Tang, S. J. Wu. Studies on the optimum conditions using acid-washed zero-valent iron/aluminum mixtures in permeable reactive barriers for the removal of different heavy metal ions from wastewater. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2016, 302, 437-446.

    48. F. L. Fu*, W. H. Han, B. Tang, M. Hu, Z. H. Cheng. Insights into environmental remediation of heavy metal and organic pollutants: Simultaneous removal of hexavalent chromium and dye from wastewater by zero-valent iron with ligand-enhanced reactivity. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2013, 232: 534-540.

    49. W. X. Zhang*, L. H. Ding, J. Q. Luo, M. Y. Jaffrin, B. Tang. Membrane fouling in photocatalytic membrane reactors (PMRs) for water and wastewater treatment: A critical review. Chemical Engineering Journal,2016, 302:446-458.

    50. Liu J.Y., Zeng J.J., Sun S.Y.*, et al. Combined effects of FeCl3 and CaO conditioning on SO2, HCl and heavy metals emissions during the DDSS incineration[J]. Chemical Engineering Journal ,2016 ,299: 449-458.

    51. Yan P.F., Chen G.Q., Ye M.Y., Sun S.Y.*, et al. Oxidation of potassium n-butyl xanthate with ozone: Products and pathways. Journal of Cleaner Production,2016, 139 :287-294.

    52. Yan P.F., Ye M.Y., Sun S.Y.*,et al. Removal performances and mechanisms of action towards ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid nickel (II) salt by dithiocarbamate compounds having different carbon chain lengths[J]. Journal of Cleaner Production,2016,122: 308-314.

    53. Huang L.M., Liu J.Y.*, He Y., Sun S.Y., etal.Thermodynamics and kinetics parameters of co-combustion between sewage sludge and water hyacinth in CO2/O2 atmosphere as biomass to solid biofuel. Bioresource Technology,2016,218:631-642.

    54. X.H. Zhang, Y.B. Xu*, X.L. He, L. Huang, J.Y. Ling, L. Zheng, Q.P. Du. Occurrence of antibiotic resistance genes in landfill leachate treatment plant and its effluent-receiving soil and surface water. Environmental Pollution. Doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2016.08.081.

    55. J. Sun, B. Cai, Y. Zhang, et al. Regulation of biocathode microbial fuel cell performance with respect to azo dye degradation and electricity generation via the selection of anodic inoculum. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2016(IF=3.205).

    56. Y.B. Xu*, X.L. He, J.X. Huang, L.H. Wen, L. Zheng, Q.X. Qiao, Q.P. Du. Antagonistic effects of the combination of both zinc and cefradine on the growth and morphology of the opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas fluorescens YZ2. International Biodetermination and. Biodegradation. 2016,111:85-92.

    57. J.Y. Ling, S.W. Nip, R.A.de Toledo. Evaluation of specific lipid yield production and nutrients removal by Rhodosporidiumtoruloides and biodiesel production in wastewater from wet biomass via microwave irradiation. Energy, 2016, 108:185-194.

    58. Liang J.L., Huang S.S., Dai Y.K., Li L., Sun S.Y.* Dewaterability of five sewage sludges in Guangzhou conditioned with Fenton's reagent/lime and pilot-scale experiments using ultrahigh pressure filtration system. Water Resaech, 2015,84: 243-254.

    59. Y.B. Xu*, J.X. Xu, J.L. Chen, L. Huang, S.Q. Zhou, Y. Zhou, L.H. Wen. Antioxidative responses of Pseudomonas fluorescens YZ2 to simultaneous exposure of Zn and Cefradine.Ecotoxicology. 2015,24:1788–1797

    60. Liu J.Y.*, Huang S.J., Sun S.Y., et al. Effects of sulfur on lead partitioning during sludge combustion based on experiments and thermodynamic calculations [J]. Waste management, 2015, 38: 336-348.

    61. Y. Zhou, Y.B. Xu*, J.X. Xu, X.H. Zhang, S.H. Xu, Q.P. Du. Combined Toxic Effects of Heavy Metals and Antibiotics on a Pseudomonas fluorescens Strain ZY2 Isolated from Swine Wastewater. Internal Journal of Molecular Science. 2015, 16(2):2839-2850

    62. Wang Y., Sun S.Y*, Yang F, et al. The effects of activated Al2O3 on the recycling of light oil from the catalytic pyrolysis of waste printed circuit boards. Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 2015, 98:276–284.

    63. Liu J.Y.*, Fu J.W., Sun S.Y., et al. Effect of different sulfides on cadmium distribution during sludge combustion based on experimental and thermodynamic calculation approaches[J].Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2015,22:1113-1126.

    64. Y.B. Xu*, Y. Zhou, J.J. Ruan, S.H. Xu, J.D. Gu, S.S. Huang, L. Zheng, B.H. Yuan, L.H. Wen. Endogenous nitric oxide in Pseudomonas fluorescens ZY2 as mediator against the combined exposure to zinc and cefradine . Ecotoxicology. 2015, 24 (4): 835-843

    65. Wang Yinglin, Liu Haijin, Liu Guoguang, Xie, Youhai. Oxidation of diclofenac by aqueous chlorine dioxide: Identification of major disinfection byproducts and toxicity evaluation. Science of the Total Environment, 2014, 473, 437-445.

    66. J.Y. Ling, S.W. Nip, Ling, J., W.L. Cheok, R.A.de Toledo, H. Shim. Lipid production by a mixed culture of oleaginous yeast and microalga from distillery and domestic mixed wastewater.Bioresource Technology, 2014, 173:132–139

    67. Yang F., Sun S.Y*,Zhong S., et al. Performance of the heavy fraction of pyrolysis oil derived from waste printed circuit boards in modifying asphalt[J]. Journal of Environmental Management, 2013 , 126: 1-6

    68. J.Y. Ling, S.W. Nip, H. Shim. Enhancement of Lipid Productivity of Rhodosporidiumtoruloides in Distillery Wastewater by Increasing Cell Density. Bioresource Technology. 2013, 146: 301–309

    69. X.F.Qi, L. Zheng, K.J. Lee, D.H. Kim, C.S. Kim, D.Q. Cai, Z. Wu, J.W. Qin, Y.H. Yu, S.K. Kim. HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors induce apoptosis of lymphoma cells by promoting ROS generation and regulating Akt, Erk and p38 signals via suppression of mevalonate pathway. Cell Death Dis, 2013, 4:e518: 1-11.

    70. Xiang Gao, Zhi Tang, Minghua Lu, Hongxia Liu,* Yuyang Jiang, Yufen Zhao and ZongweiCai*. Suppression of matrix ions by N-phosphorylation labeling using matrix-assisted laser desorption–ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry. Chem. Commun., 2012, 48, 10198–10200. (IF:6.169).

    71. Zhang Nan, Liu Haijin, Liu Guoguang*, Wang Yingling, Li Tong, Wang Gang. Role of cetyltrimethyl ammonium bromide, crystal violet and humic acid in the degradation of diclofenac under simulated sunlight irradiation. Science China-Chemistry, 2012, 55(12), 2610-2616.

    72. Wang Gang, Liu Guoguang*, Liu Haijin, Zhang Nan, Wang Yingling. Photodegradation of salicylic acid in aquatic environment: Effect of different forms of nitrogen. Science of the Total Environment, 2012, 435-436, 573-577.

    73. Xiaoguo Ma, Minghua Huang, Zhihua Li, et al. Hollow fiber supported liquid-phase microextraction using ionic liquid as extractant for preconcentration of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes from water sample with gas chromatography-hydrogen flame ionization detection. Journal of Hazardous Materials,2011,30:24 - 29.

    74. ZhongbenGao, Xiaoguo Ma*.Speciation analysis of mercury in water using dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction combined with high performance liquid chromatography. AnalyticaChimicaActa, 2011, 702:50 - 55.

    75. Nan Zhang, Guoguang Liu*, Haijin Liu, Yingling Wang, Zhanwei He, Gang Wang. Diclofenacphotodegradation under simulated sunlight: Effect of different forms of nitrogen and Kinetics. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2011, 192(1), 411-418.

    76. Liu Haijin, Liu Guoguang*, Fan Jing, Zhou Qingxiang, Zhou Haimei, Zhang Nan, HouZehua, Zhang Minli, He Zhanwei. Photoelectrocatalytic degradation of 4,4'-dibromobiphenyl in aqueous solution on TiO2 and doped TiO2 nanotube arrays. Chemosphere, 2011, 82(1), 43-47.

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