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<ul><li><p>1 </p><p>XIAOTING HONG </p><p>Department of Chemistry </p><p>Temple University </p><p>130 Beury Hall </p><p>1901 North 13th Street </p><p>Phone: 215-204-2368 </p><p>Fax: 215-204-9530 </p><p>Email: xiaoting@temple.edu</p><p>Philadelphia, PA 19122 </p><p> Personal </p><p>Born: September 20, 1980 Nationality: China </p><p>Research interests </p><p> Surface acoustic wave sensor (humidity, chemical gas) Surface chemistry &amp; Nanoparticle stabilization Hydrophobic surface &amp; Wettability &amp; Inorganic-organic film synthesis &amp; characterization Scanning Probe Microscopy (Imaging, Friction, Adhesion, Force-distance curve, Tribology) Hydrothermal Synthesis &amp; Sol-gel Synthesis &amp; Photocatalyst </p><p>Education </p><p>Postdoctoral Fellow, Chemistry Department, Temple University, PA, 12/2009-present </p><p>Advisor: Professor Eric Borguet </p><p> Postdoctoral Research Associate, Chemistry Department, Texas A&amp;M University, Texas, 03/2009-</p><p>12/2009 </p><p> Tribology of Silica Colloidal Probe on Silica Nanoparticle Film &amp; EELS Dopant Distribution </p><p>Analysis of Visible Light Responsive Single-crystalline TiO2 Nanoparticles &amp; Parallel Effects of Cations </p><p>on PNIPAM Graft Wettability and PNIPAM Solubility </p><p> Advisor: Professor James D. Batteas </p><p>Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, 08/2005-02/2009 </p><p>Direct Force Measurement for the Silica Sphere-Plate System In Nanoparticle Suspensions by Colloidal </p><p>Probe Technique </p><p> Advisor: Professor Gerold A. Willing </p><p>Research Assistant, Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic </p><p>University, Hong Kong, 02/2005-07/2005 </p><p> Development of an Interactive Oxidation Process for Advanced Water and Wastewater Treatment: A </p><p>Ferrate-TiO2 Photooxidation System </p><p> Advisor: Professor Xiangzhong Li </p><p>M.E., Environmental Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China, 09/2002-01/2005 </p><p> Preparation and Characterization of Visible-light Activated Nonmental Doped TiO2 Photocatalyst </p><p> Advisor: Professor Weimin Cai </p><p>B.E., Environmental Engineering, Wuhan Science and Technology University, China, 09/1998-07/2002 </p><p>Teaching experience </p><p> Teaching Assistant for An Introduction to Chemical Analysis, Material Science, Advanced Thermodynamics, Mass Transfer Principles, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of </p><p>Louisville, Louisville, KY, 08/2005-02/2009 </p></li><li><p>2 </p><p>Highlight of skills </p><p> Nanoparticle stabilization (nanoparticle haloing method) Hydrothermal and Sol-gel Synthesis: H2Ti3O7, Titania nanoparticle and nanotube Intensive Hand-on experience in AFM (D.I. Nanoman 3100, DI Nanoscope IIIa Multimode, Park </p><p>System XE-100, Witec, and PicoPlus Agilent 5500) </p><p> Hand-on experience in RHK Electronics, FTIR, 90-Plus Particle Sizer, TEM (JEOL JEM-2010), HRTEM, EDX, SEM, UV-vis spectroscopy, XRD, TGA, Contact angle measurement and XPS. </p><p> Spin coating: Titania nanopaticle film Colloidal Force Measurement and Computation AFM Force Measurement and Imaging Both in Air and Fluid Computer Skills and Data Analysis Experience: Matlab, Origin, Latex </p><p>Research experience </p><p> Projetcts at Texas A&amp;M University: a) Spin coating three different size silica nanoparticle films on silicon wafer </p><p> b) Functionalize the silica nanoparticle suface with different length organic lubricants </p><p> c) Build adhesion vs. applied normal load plot by AFM measurement </p><p> d) Build friction force vs. applied normal load plot by frictional force microscopy </p><p> e) Study the effect of sliding rate on the tribological phenomena </p><p> f) AFM imaging of PNIPAM/SiO2 nanocomposite surfaces with a dynamic contact angle to different </p><p>solute </p><p> g) Hydrothermal synthesis of a visible light activated TiO2 nanopowers </p><p> h) Elemental mapping using EELS analysis </p><p> Project at University of Louisville: a) AFM tip calibration by surface force theory and force measurement </p><p>b) Surface force measurement for colloidal stabilization system </p><p>c) Adhesion measurement between two surfaces in different colloidal system </p><p>d) Development of a theoretical model for surface interaction force fitting </p><p>e) The effect of different nanoparticle suspensions on surface force between two different silica surfaces </p><p> Project at Hong Kong Polytechnic University: a) Interactive oxidation of TiO2/ferrate for phenol wastewater </p><p> b) HPLC analysis of the degradation residuals </p><p> Project at Shanghai Jiao Tong University: a) Devolopment of a visible light activated TiO2 nanopowers </p><p>b) Characterization of the nanomaterial with XRD, TEM, XPS, UV-vis, TGA </p><p>c) Catalytic activity test by degradation of phenol under UV/visible light irradiation </p><p>Publications </p><p>1. X.T. Hong, Z.P. Wang, W.M. Cai, etc., Study on Visible Light-Activated Non-metal Doped Titanium Dioxide. Chemical Industry and Engineering Progress, 23(4), 1077-1080, 2004. </p><p>2. Z.P. Wang, W.M. Cai, X.T. Hong, etc., Photocatalytic degradation of phenol in aqueous nitrogen doped TiO2 suspensions with various light sources. Applied Catalysis B: Environment, 57(3), 223-231, 2005. </p><p>(Times Cited=68) </p><p>3. G. Nigel, X.Z. Li, C. Li, X.T. Hong, Ferrate Application in Water Treatment ,Tianjin, China, International Conference about the safety of drinking water technology and management, 09/2005. </p><p>4. X.T. Hong, Z.P. Wang, W.M. Cai, etc. Visible Light-Activated Nanoparticle Photocatalyst of Iodine-</p></li><li><p>3 </p><p>doped Titanium Dioxide, Chemistry of Materials, 17(6), 1548-1552, 2005. (Times Cited=126, One of </p><p>the most cited articles at 2005 ) </p><p>5. Wang Z.P., Xu J., Cai W.M., Zhou B.X., He Z.G., Cai C.G., Hong X.T., Visible light induced photodegradation of organic pollutants on nitrogen and fluorine co-doped TiO2 photocatalyst, Journal </p><p>of Environmental Sciences-China, 17(1), 76-80, 2005. </p><p>6. Z.P. Wang, W.Q. Gong, X.T. Hong, etc., Preparation, Characterization and Visible Light Photocatalytic Activity of Nitrogen-doped TiO2, Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Materials Science </p><p>Edition, 21(4), 71-77, 2006. </p><p>7. X.T. Hong, G. A. Willing, Direct Calibration of Colloidal Probe Cantilevers Via DLVO Surface Forces in Electrolyte Solution, Review of Scientific Instruments, 79, 123709, 2008. </p><p>8. X.T. Hong, G. A. Willing, Transition Force Measurement Between Two Negligibly Charged Surfaces: A New Perspective on Nanoparticle Halos, Langmuir, 25, 49294933, 2009. </p><p>9. H. Fu, X.T. Hong, A. Wan, J. D. Batteas, D. E. Bergbreiter, Parallel Effects of Cations on PNIPAM Graft Wettability and PNIPAM Solubility, ACS Applied Materials &amp; Interfaces (submitted) </p><p>10. X.T. Hong, G. A. Willing, An Effective Zeta Potential Model for Sphere-plate Interaction Force Fitting in Nanoparticle Suspensions, (to be submitted) </p><p>11. X.T. Hong, G. A. Willing, Size Ratio Effects on Sphere-Plate Interaction In Nanoparticle Suspensions, (to be submitted) </p><p>12. X.T. Hong, Z.P. Luo, J. D. Batteas, Bandgap Narrowing and Dopant Distribution of Visible Light Responsive TiO2 Single Crystal Nanoparticles, (to be submitted) </p><p>Posters and oral presentations </p><p>1. X.T. Hong, K. G. Lee, G. A. Willing, Direct Force Measurements for Analyzing Nanoparticle Stabilized Suspensions, San Francisco, AIChE, 11/2006. </p><p>2. X.T. Hong, R. E. Berson, G. A. Willing, Force Computation Between Silica Spheres And Flats In An Aqueous 1:1 Symmetric Electrolyte Solution Using Matlab, Salt Lake City, AIChE, 11/2007. </p><p>3. X.T. Hong, G. A. Willing, Force Measurement Between Silica Surfaces In Zirconia Nanoparticle Suspensions Using An AFM Colloidal Probe Calibrated by DLVO Force Fitting, Raleigh, The 82nd ACS </p><p>Colloid and Surface Science Symposium, 06/2008. </p><p>4. X.T. Hong, G. A. Willing, Mechanisms of Zirconia Nanoparticle Haloing, Philadelphia, The 236th ACS National Meeting, 08/2008. </p><p>5. X.T. Hong, G. A. Willing, Colloid Probe Force Measurements between Silica Surfaces in Nanoparticle Dispersions, Philadelphia, AIChE, 11/2008. (Oral Presentation) </p><p>6. X.T. Hong and G. A. Willing, A New Look at Nanoparticle Haloing Using Direct Force Measurements and Modeling, New York, 13th International Conference and Surface and Colloid Science, 06/2009. </p><p>(Oral Presentation) </p><p>7. X.T. Hong and G. A. Willing, Investigation Into the Role of Particle Size Ratio and Material On Nanoparticle Haloing, Nashville, AIChE, 11/2009. (Oral Presentation) </p><p>Memberships </p><p>1. American Chemical Society 2. American Institute of Chemical Engineers </p></li></ul>

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