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      12月20日 Xinxing Zhang:Mass Spectrometry at the Air-Water Interface


        Prof. Zhang received his bachelor degree from Fudan University in 2009 and Ph.D. degree from Johns Hopkins University in 2015. After postdoctoral research at Johns Hopkins University (2015-2016) and Caltech (2016-2018), he became a professor of chemistry at Nankai University.

        Prof. Zhang’s research interests include two major parts: 1, the spectrometry and messenger spectroscopy of size-selected clusters in the gas phase; 2, various chemistries, such as biophysical chemistry, atmospheric chemistry, and organic chemistry, that occur at the air-water interface interrogated mainly by mass spectrometric methods.  

        Up to date Prof. Zhang has published 59 SCI papers, in 42 of which he is the first-author or corresponding author. Representative journals he had published in include PNAS, JACS, Nat. Commun., Angew. Chem. et al.