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Yan Mingquan

2023-03-14 11:52:48

Yan Mingquan

Associate Professor in Department of Environmental Engineering,

College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering,Peking University

Address: Environmental Building 327, 5# Yiheyuan Road, Beijing, 100871


Tel: +86-10-62758501



2003/09-2006/07 Research Center for Eco-Environmental Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Ph.D.

2000/09-2003/07 Chang'an University, Xi'an  M.S.

1996/09-2000/07 University of Architecture & Technology, Xi'an  B.S.


2015/03-2015/06 Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, France. Visiting Prof

2011/08-present  College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, PKU. Associate Professor

2010/03-2010/09 University of Washington. Visiting Scholar

2008/11-2011/07 College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, PKU. Assistant Professor

2006/07-2008/11 College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, PKU. PostDoctor

Research Interests

Water chemistry, Remote-sensing observation and assessment of eco-environmental quality in offshore China, Global oceanic organic carbon pool observation and climate change


(1)Yan, M*., Liu, Z., Mo, S., zhang, c., Liu, F. and Korshin, G. 2023 A Novel Method to Dynamically Observe the Three-dimensional Global Oceanic Dissolved Organic Carbon Reservoir, Research Square. DOI: 10.21203/rs.3.rs-2357170/v1

(2)Ma, R., Yan, M., Han, P., Wang, T., Li, B., Zhou, S., Zheng, T., Hu, Y., Borthwick, A.G.L., Zheng, C. and Ni, J. 2022. Deficiency and excess of groundwater iodine and their health associations. Nature Communications 13(1):7354.

(3)Li, M., Cheng, J., Zou, F., Zhang, C., Wang, M., Li, Y., Gu, J. and Yan, M*. 2021. Effects of pre-oxidation on residual dissolved aluminum in coagulated water: A pilot-scale study. Water Res 190(12):116682.

(4)Chen, B., Zhang, C., Zhao, Y., Wang, D., Korshin, G.V., Ni, J. and Yan, M*. 2020. Interpreting main features of the differential absorbance spectra of chlorinated natural organic matter: Comparison of the experimental and theoretical spectra of model compounds. Water Res 185, 116206-116206.

(5)Zhang, C., Chen, B., Korshin, G.V., Kuznetsov, A.M., Roccaro, P., Yan, M*. and Ni, J. 2020. Comparison of the yields of mono-, Di- and tri-chlorinated HAAs and THMs in chlorination and chloramination based on experimental and quantum-chemical data. Water Res 169:115100.

(6)Liu, H., Chen, G., Liu, L. and Yan, M.* 2018. Influence of ultrasound on the properties of dissolved organic matter with regards to proton and metal ion binding moieties. Water Res 145, 279-286.

(7)Yan, M.*, Chen, Z., Li, N., Zhou, Y., Zhang, C. and Korshin, G. 2018. Electrochemical reductive dehalogenation of iodine-containing contrast agent pharmaceuticals: Examination of reactions of diatrizoate and iopamidol using the method of rotating ring-disc electrode (RRDE). Water Res 136, 104-111.

(8)Zhang, C., Li, M., Han, X. and Yan, M.* 2018. Quantum chemical examination of the sequential halogen incorporation scheme for the modeling of speciation of I/Br/Cl-containing trihalomethanes. Environmental Science & Technology 52(4), 2162-2169.

(9)Zhou, Y., Yan, M.*, Liu, R., Wang, D. and Qu, J. 2017. Investigating the effect of hardness cations on coagulation: The aspect of neutralisation through Al(III)-dissolved organic matter (DOM) binding. Water Res 115, 22-28.

(10)Yan, M.*, Han, X. and Zhang, C. 2017. Investigating the features in differential absorbance spectra of NOM associated with metal ion binding: A comparison of experimental data and TD-DFT calculations for model compounds. Water Res 124, 496-503.


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