Qing Qu

Professor

Chemistry

Yunnan University

China

Editor

quqing@ynu.edu.cn

Biography

Prof. Qing Qu gained his Bachelor’s degree from Anhui Normal University in 1994. Then he studied in place at Institute of Metals, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1999-2002 and stayed there on undertaking research in atmospheric corrosion of metals, he graduated with a pH. D in 2002. In 2008-2009 he pursued his research on the corrosion of light alloy in the University of Manchester of the United Kingdom as a visiting scholar. Now he is a professor of chemistry in Yunnan University. His research interests are quite varied and cover: Microbial synthesis of nanomaterials and their applications, Microbiological corrosion including natural and oral environments, Multifunctional catalytic materials and their applications.  He has authored and co-authored more than 90 refereed journal publications.

Area of Interests

  1. Studies on the corrosion behaviour and mechanisms of oral titanium implant materials in the presence of three strains of oral prevalent Candida species.Natural Science Foundation of China under the Grant No. 51661033
  2. Effects and mechanisms of biofilm of typical bacillus species on the corrosion of steel. Natural Science Foundation of China under the Grant No. 51361028
  3. studies on co-effect and mechanism of fluoride ions,Streptococcussanguis and lactic acid on the corrosion of titanium materials. Natural Science Foundation of China under the Grant No. 51161025
  4. studies on co-effect and mechanism of fluoride ions,Streptococcussanguis and lactic acid on the corrosion of titanium materials. Natural Science Foundation of China under the Grant No. 51161025
  5. studies on the effect of chloride ions on the corrosion mechanism of steel in lower aliphatic peracid solutions. Natural Science Foundation of China under the Grant No. 50761007
  6. Study on the corrosion and protection of Magnesium alloy. The Applied Basic Research Foundation of the Science and Technology Commission of Yunnan Province, China. (No.200610008Q)
  7. The adsorption of rare earth metal ion and ligand on steel, aluminum and its synergistic mechanism.2002-2005. National Natural Science Foundation of China (No.50261004)
  8. Study on the corrosion and protection mechanism of electronic materials. Natural Science Foundation of Yunnan Provincial Education Department (NO.03Y150D)
  9. The data accumulation and laws of materials corrosion in the natural environment. A Major Project of the National Natural Science Foundation of China. (No.59899144)
  10. Calculation of the thermal dynamic properties of fluid mixtures. The Applied Basic Research Foundation of the Science and Technology Commission of Yunnan Province, China. (NO.96B007M)

 

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