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Guodong Fang

Guodong Fang

Position Title Professor
Postal address 71 East Beijing Road, Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province, China
Postal Code 210008 E-mail gdfang@issas.ac.cn



2013     Ph.D.  Environmental Science          Institute of Soil Science, CAS

2010     M.S.   Environmental Science          Anhui Agricultural University

2006     B.S.   Environmental Science          Anhui Agricultural University


6/2021-present        Professor       Institute of Soil Science, CAS

7/2014-5/2021         Associate Professor       Institute of Soil Science, CAS

6/2013-6/2014         Assistant Professor        Institute of Soil Science, CAS

Research Areas

[1] Soil pollution and Remediation

[2] Free radical chemistry of soil

[3] Chemical oxidation technologies for soil remediation

Awards and Honours

(1) Outstanding Youth Funding Award of Jiangsu Province, 2017 

(2) The member of the Youth Innovation Promotion Association of Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2014

(3) The excellent doctorate theses in CAS, 2014

(4) The special award of director of CAS, 2013

Selected Publications

(1) Zhu, C.Y; Zhu, F.X.; Liu, C.; Chen, N.; Zhou, D.M.; Fang, G.D.*; Gao, J*. Reductive Hexachloroethane Degradation by S2O8•− with Thermal Activation of Persulfate under Anaerobic Conditions. Environmental Science & Technology. 2018, 52, 8548−8557.

(2) Fang, G.D.; Deng, Y.M.; Huang, M.; Dionysiou, D.D.; Liu, C.; Zhou, D.M.A Mechanistic Understanding of Hydrogen Peroxide Decomposition by Vanadium Minerals for Diethyl Phthalate Degradation. Environmental Science & Technology. 2018, 52, 2178–2185.

(3) Zhou, Y.; Wang, X.; Zhu, C.; Dionysiou, D.D.; Zhao, G.C.; Fang, G.D.*; Zhou, D.M. New insight into the mechanism of peroxymonosulfate activation by sulfur-containing minerals: Role of sulfur conversion in sulfate radical generation. Water Research, 2018, 142, 208-216

(4) Fang, G.D.; Liu, C.; Wang, Y.J.; Dionysiou, D.D.; Zhou, D.M*. Photogeneration of reactive oxygen species from biochar suspension for diethyl phthalate degradation. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental , 2017, 214, 34–45

(5) Fang, G.D.; Liu, C.; Gao, J.; Dionysiou, D.D; Zhou, D.M. Manipulation of Persistent Free Radicals in Biochar To Activate Persulfate for Contaminant Degradation. Environmental Science & Technology, 2015, 49 5645–5653. 

Representive Projetcs

[1] Natural Science Foundation of China

[2] Natural Science Foundation of Jiangsu Province