Yi-bo Hu is a assiatant professor at Huaqiao University, awarded High-level Talent of Fujian Province. Prior to joining HQU, he was a postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Civil Engineering at The University of Hong Kong from 2017 to 2019. He received a B.S. degree in Environmental Science from Xiamen University in 2011, a M.S. degree in Environmental Science and Engineering from Taiwan University in 2013, and a Ph.D. degree in Environmental Engineering from The University of Hong Kong in 2017. He is interested in synthesis and applications of iron-based nanopartiles for groundwater remediation, advanced oxidation process and heavy metal removal.
(1) Hu, Y.-b., Zhang, M., Qiu, R. and Li, X.-y.* (2018) Encapsulating nanoscale zero-valent iron with a soluble Mg(OH)2 shell for improved mobility and controlled reactivity release. Journal of Materials Chemistry A 6(6), 2517-2526. (IF>10)
(2) Hu, Y.-b. and Li, X.-y.* (2018) Influence of a thin aluminum hydroxide coating layer on the suspension stability and reductive reactivity of nanoscale zero-valent iron. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 226, 554-564. (IF>10)
(3) Hu, Y.-b., Lo, S.-L.,* Li, Y.-F., Lee, Y.-C., Chen, M.-J. and Lin, J.-C. (2018) Autocatalytic degradation of perfluorooctanoic acid in a permanganate-ultrasonic system. Water Research 140, 148-157. (IF>10)
(4) Hu, Y.-b., Zhang, M. and Li, X.-y.* (2019) Improved longevity of nanoscale zero-valent iron with a magnesium hydroxide coating shell for the removal of Cr(VI) in sand columns. Environment International 133, 105249.
(5) Hu, Y.-b., Ma, L., Yuan, B. and Li, X.-y.* (2021) Confining polyacrylic acid on the surface of nanoscale zero-valent iron by aluminum hydroxide for in-situ anti-passivation. Journal of Hazardous Materials 420, 126649. (IF>10)