Jin Jiang focuses on Inorganic chemistry, Hydroxyl radical, Reaction rate constant, Reactivity and Chloride. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nitrobenzene and Aqueous solution. Her studies in Hydroxyl radical integrate themes in fields like Nuclear chemistry, Photochemistry, Peroxydisulfate, Hydrogen peroxide and Advanced oxidation process.
As a member of one scientific family, Jin Jiang mostly works in the field of Reaction rate constant, focusing on Ozone and, on occasion, Radical ion. As part of one scientific family, Jin Jiang deals mainly with the area of Reactivity, narrowing it down to issues related to the Potassium permanganate, and often Mass spectrometry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Environmental chemistry, Radical, Bromide and Bicarbonate in addition to Chloride.
Jin Jiang spends much of her time researching Inorganic chemistry, Nuclear chemistry, Manganese, Photochemistry and Radical. In Inorganic chemistry, Jin Jiang works on issues like Oxygen, which are connected to Sulfone and Yield. Her Nuclear chemistry study incorporates themes from Chlorine, Reaction rate constant, Water treatment, Peroxydisulfate and Chloride.
Her Manganese research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Permanganate, Medicinal chemistry, Adsorption and Thallium. Jin Jiang has researched Photochemistry in several fields, including Singlet oxygen, Bond cleavage, Decomposition and Hydroxyl radical. She studied Hydroxyl radical and Hydrogen peroxide that intersect with Persulfate and Reactive intermediate.
Jin Jiang mainly focuses on Photochemistry, Nuclear chemistry, Radical, Reactivity and Manganese. The various areas that Jin Jiang examines in her Photochemistry study include Decomposition, Hydroxyl radical, Bond cleavage, Bromide and Advanced oxidation process. She usually deals with Hydroxyl radical and limits it to topics linked to Catalysis and Pollutant.
Her Nuclear chemistry research integrates issues from Permanganate, Bicarbonate, Reaction rate constant, Aqueous solution and Chloride. Her Radical research includes themes of Inorganic chemistry, Sulfite, Oxygen and Reaction mechanism. Her research investigates the connection between Reactivity and topics such as Hydrogen peroxide that intersect with problems in Combinatorial chemistry.
Her primary scientific interests are in Photochemistry, Catalysis, Hydroxyl radical, Decomposition and Aqueous solution. Her Photochemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hypobromous acid, Bromide, Radical, Halogenation and Reaction mechanism. Jin Jiang combines subjects such as Singlet oxygen, Primary and Pollutant with her study of Catalysis.
Her Hydroxyl radical study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Melamine, Catalytic oxidation and Calcination. Her Decomposition research incorporates elements of Homogeneous catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Persulfate, Electron transfer and Zerovalent iron. The various areas that Jin Jiang examines in her Aqueous solution study include Water treatment, Bicarbonate and Chloride.
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Activation of Peroxymonosulfate by Benzoquinone: A Novel Nonradical Oxidation Process
Yang Zhou;Jin Jiang;Yuan Gao;Jun Ma.
Environmental Science & Technology (2015)
Production of Sulfate Radical and Hydroxyl Radical by Reaction of Ozone with Peroxymonosulfate: A Novel Advanced Oxidation Process
Yi Yang;Jin Jiang;Xinglin Lu;Jun Ma.
Environmental Science & Technology (2015)
Degradation of sulfamethoxazole by UV, UV/H2O2 and UV/persulfate (PDS): Formation of oxidation products and effect of bicarbonate.
Yi Yang;Xinglin Lu;Jin Jiang;Jun Ma.
Water Research (2017)
Is Sulfate Radical Really Generated from Peroxydisulfate Activated by Iron(II) for Environmental Decontamination
Zhen Wang;Jin Jiang;Suyan Pang;Yang Zhou.
Environmental Science & Technology (2018)
Oxidation of phenolic endocrine disrupting chemicals by potassium permanganate in synthetic and real waters.
Jin Jiang;Su-Yan Pang;Su-Yan Pang;Jun Ma;Huiling Liu.
Environmental Science & Technology (2012)
Oxidation of sulfoxides and arsenic(III) in corrosion of nanoscale zero valent iron by oxygen: evidence against ferryl ions (Fe(IV)) as active intermediates in Fenton reaction.
Su-Yan Pang;Jin Jiang;Jun Ma.
Environmental Science & Technology (2011)
Degradation of atrazine by UV/chlorine: Efficiency, influencing factors, and products.
Xiujuan Kong;Jin Jiang;Jun Ma;Yi Yang.
Water Research (2016)
Oxidation of triclosan by permanganate (Mn(VII)): importance of ligands and in situ formed manganese oxides.
Jin Jiang;Su-Yan Pang;Jun Ma.
Environmental Science & Technology (2009)
Simulation and comparative study on the oxidation kinetics of atrazine by UV/H2O2, UV/HSO5− and UV/S2O82−
Congwei Luo;Jun Ma;Jin Jiang;Yongze Liu.
Water Research (2015)
Aggregation Kinetics of Manganese Dioxide Colloids in Aqueous Solution: Influence of Humic Substances and Biomacromolecules
Xiaoliu Huangfu;Jin Jiang;Jun Ma;Yongze Liu.
Environmental Science & Technology (2013)
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