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Changjin Tang Professor


Changjin Tang

Ph. D., Professor

Educational Background

PhD, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Nanjing University (2006.09-2011.06)

BA, Department of Chemistry, Jinan University (2002.09-2006.06)


Working Experience

Professor, School of Environment, Nanjing Normal University (2020.07-)

Associated Research Fellow, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Nanjing University (2013.06-2020.06)

Post Doctor, School of Environment, Nanjing University (2011.07-2013.06)

Research Interests

Environmental Catalysis

NOx Elimination from Stationary Source

Ceria-based Catalysts


Scientific Award

The Science & Technology Award of Jiangsu Province (1st Class), 2018, 10/11


Academic Employment

Secretary General of Rare-earth Catalysis and Process Committee, Chemical Industry and Engineering Society of China (CIESC)


Research Projects

  1. NSFC-General program (21976081): Investigation of the unique reactivity of ceria-based NH3-SCR catalysts in confined space and the stable anti-SO2 poisoning mechanism, Principal investigator, 2020.01-2023.12
  2. NSFC-General program (21773106): Construction of rare earth CeO2-zeolite based catalysts with controlled redox-acidity-structure properties for NH3-SCR application, Principal investigator, 2018.01-2021.12
  3. NSFC-Youth program (21303082): Fabrication and application of novel ceria-based and cerium modified porous adsorbents for NOx abatement, Principal investigator, 2014.01-2016.12
  4. Scientific Research Project of Environmental Protection Department of Jiangsu Province (2016048): Development of efficient control technology for waste incineration exhaust with low cost and ultra-low emission, Principal investigator, 2016.10-2018.09
  5. 863 Program (2015AA03A401): Development and application of ceria-based catalysts for treatment of flue gas from stationary source, Technical director, 2015.01-2017.12
  6. Major Scientific and Technological Project of Bingtuan (2018AA002): Research and demonstration application of low temperature denitration technique in controlling of gas fired boiler flue gas, Co-principal investigator, 2018.01-2020.12
  7. Jiangsu Province Science and Technology Support Program (Industrial, BE2014130): Preparation of high performance ceria-based oxygen storage material and its application in purification of vehicle exhaust, Co-principal investigator, 2014.06-2017.06
  8. NSFC-Major Scientific Research Instrument Development Project (21427803): In-situ Transmission Electron Microscopy/Raman scattering real-time detecting system for gas-solid reaction surface study, Participation, 2015.01-2019.12


Selected Publications

1. K. Guo, Y.X. Zhu, Z. Yan, A.N. Liu, X.Z. Du, X. Wang, W. Tan, L.L. Li, J.F Sun, Q. Tong, C.J. Tang*, L. Dong*The dual effects of ammonium bisulfate on the selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3 over Fe2O3-WO3/MCM-41 catalyst. Chem. Eng. J. 2020, 389, 124271. 

2. C.J. Tang, B.W. Sun, M.Y. Li,J. Zhang, X.L. Fan, F. Gao, Y.X. Tong, L. Dong*, Y. Li*, Surface Hydroxylated Hematite Promotes Photoinduced Hole Transfer for Water Oxidation, J. Mater. Chem. A 2019, 7, 8050-8054

3. K. Guo, G.F. Fan, D. Gu, S.H. Yu, K.L. Ma, J.M. Wang, X.Z. Du, W.X. Zou, C.J. Tang*, L. Dong*, Pore Size Expansion Accelerates Ammonium Bisulfate Decomposition for Improved Sulfur Resistance in Low Temperature NH3-SCR, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2019, 11, 4900-4907

4. L.L. Li, L. Zhang, K.L. Ma, W.X. Zou, Y. Cao, Y. Xiong, C.J. Tang*, L. Dong*, Ultra-low loading of copper modified TiO2/CeO2 catalysts for low-temperature selective catalytic reduction of NO by NH3, Appl. Catal. B: Environ. 2017, 207, 366-375

5. W.X. Zou, Y. Shao, Y. Pu, Y.D. Luo, J.F. Sun, K.L. Ma, C.J. Tang*, F. Gao, L. Dong*, Enhanced visible light photocatalytic hydrogen evolution via cubic CeO2 hybridized g-C3N4 composite, Appl. Catal. B: Environ. 2017, 218, 51-59

6. C.J. Tang, J.F. Sun, X.J. Yao, Y. Cao, L.C. Liu, C.Y. Ge, F. Gao*, L. Dong*, Efficient fabrication of active CuO-CeO2/SBA-15 catalysts for preferential oxidation of CO by solid state impregnation, Appl. Catal. B: Environ. 2014, 146, 201-212

7. X.J. Yao, Y. Xiong, W.X. Zou, L. Zhang, S.G. Wu, F. Gao, Y. Deng, C.J. Tang*, L. Dong*, Correlation between the physicochemical properties and catalytic performances of CexSn1–xO2 mixed oxides for NO reduction by CO, Appl. Catal. B: Environ. 2014, 144, 152-165

8 X.J. Yao, L. Zhang, L.L. Li, L.C. Liu, Y. Cao, F. Gao, Y. Deng, C.J. Tang*, Z. Chen, L. Dong*, Y. Chen, Investigation of the structure, acidity, and catalytic performance of CuO/Ti0.95Ce0.05O2 catalyst for the selective catalytic reduction of NO by NH3 at low temperature, Appl. Catal. B: Environ. 2014, 150-151, 315-329

9. L.C. Liu, Z.Y. Ji, W.X. Zou, X.R. Gu, Y. Deng, F. Gao, C.J. Tang*, L. Dong*, In situ loading transition metal oxide clusters on TiO2 nanosheets as co-catalysts for exceptional high photoactivity, ACS Catal. 2013, 3, 2052-2061

10 C.J. Tang, H.L. Zhang, L. Dong*, Ceria-based catalysts for low-temperature selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3, Catal. Sci. Technol. 2016, 6, 1248-1264 (Invited Review, Front Cover, Highly cited paper)


Researcher IDO-9081-2016

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