南京大学 地球科学与工程学院

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    个人简介

      

        南京大学地球科学与工程学院教授,南京大学地球关键带国际研究中心副主任,中组部青年千人计划入选者,南京大学登峰人才计划入选,江苏省杰出青年科学基金获得者,主要从事环境地球化学、纳米矿物学、土壤修复技术方面的研究工作,在国际重要期刊Nature CommunicationEenvironmental Science & TechnologyGeochimica Cosmochimica Acta等期刊学术论文30余篇, 论文被引600多次(H指数16, Google Scholar统计)。担任国际SCI源刊Geochemical Transaction (IF=1.62)的编委和客座编辑。此外担任美国NSF国际评审人、多个国际SCI杂志的审稿专家,包括: PNASGeochimica et Cosmochimca ActaEnvironmental Science & TechnologyAnalytical ChemistryLangmuirBiogeoscienceEnvironmental PollutionCrystal Engineering CommunicationApplied Clay ScienceJournal of Environmental QualityWater Resources ResearchJournal of Materials in Civil Engineering、中国科学、地球科学进展等。



    教育经历

      

    2006/09-2010/10美国纽约州立大学石溪分校,地球科学系,博士

    2003/09-2006/07中国科学院,生态环境研究中心(北京),硕生

    1999/09-2003/07武汉大学,环境科学系,学士



    工作经历

      

    2015/12至今南京大学,地球科学与工程学院,教授

    2014/06-2015/12南京大学,地球科学与工程学院,研究员

    2010/11-2014/06美国特拉华大学,特拉华环境研究所,博士后



    获奖及荣誉

      

    2016中组部青年千人计划

    2015江苏省杰出青年科学基金获得者

    2014南京大学登峰人才计划

    2006中国科学院刘永龄奖

    2006中国科学院生态环境研究中心优秀研究生奖



    主要教学情况

      

    应用与工程地球化学

       地球化学(与刘连文、周斌老师合上



    研究方向与兴趣领域

    研究方向:表界面地球化学、环境矿物学、土壤修复技术

    兴趣领域:

      

    矿物-水溶液界面的化学反应机制和原位分析方法建立

    研究矿物-水溶液界面发生吸附、溶解、沉淀等反应,侧重于应用先进的同步辐射技术(EXAFS)、核磁共振技术(NMR)和原子力显微镜(AFM)等先进物质微观结构分析技术研究元素在矿物表面的配位结构、分子构型等微观地球化学机制,阐明典型元素在矿水界面的微观作用机理,为理解关键地质过程提供理论支撑。


    铅锌矿区污染土壤的修复原理与技术

    侧重研究低成本非金属矿物(磷酸钙、凹凸棒石、沸石等)修复铅锌矿物污染土壤污染的环境过程、作用机理、和技术路风险评价,从而建立一套完整的污染场地的固化修复技术及修复工艺流程。


    关键地质样品中铁、锰、磷等元素原位赋存状态的同步辐射研究

    铁、猛、磷等元素是重要的生命元素和地球活动元素,其赋存形态或同位素特征记录着重要的地质活动信息,同步辐射技术可以克服传统的化学提取法的局限,从微区角度对地质样品中的元素分布实现原位分析,并提供了目标元素的微观化学信息,精确鉴定目标元素的化学形态或矿物相态。


    科研情况

      

    1、中组部青年千人人才项目,地球化学,300万,主持

    2、江苏省自然科学基金杰出青年项目,土壤修复过程中的分子地球化学研究,100万,主持

    3、国家自然科学基金面上项目,矿物表面诱导重金属沉淀的分子地球化学机制及环境修复价值,88万,主持

    4、国土资源部,西南典型岩溶地区多目标地球化学调查,60万,主持

    5、南京大学登峰人才计划,地球化学,100万,主持

    6、国家自然科学基金中英重大国际合作项目,基于关键带科学的城郊土壤-水系统中物质传输机制与归趋,1500万,参加



    代表性论文

    1M. Siebecker*W. Li, K. Syed, D. L. Sparks*, 2014. Real-time QEXAFS spectroscopy measures rapid precipitate formation at the mineral-water interface. Nature Communications 5, 5003. (IF = 11.33)

    2Y. Wu, W. Li*, D. L. Sparks, 2015. Effect of iron(II) on arsenic sequestration by δ-MnO2: Desorption studies using stirred-flow experiments and x-ray absorption fine-structure spectroscopy. Environmental Science & Technology 49, 13360-13368. (IF = 5.39)

    3Y. Wu, W. Li*, D. L. Sparks, 2015. The effects of iron(II) on the kinetics of arsenic oxidation and sorption on manganese oxides. Journal Colloid Interface Science 457, 319-328. (IF = 3.78)

    4W. Li*, S. Joisi, G. Hou, D. Burdige, D. L. Sparks, D. P. Jaisi, 2015.  Characterizing phosphorus speciation of Chesapeake Bay sediments using chemical extraction, 31P NMR, and X-ray absorption fine structure spectroscopy. Environmental Science & Technology 49, 203-211. (IF = 5.39)

    5W. Li*, X. Feng, Y. Yan, D. L. Sparks and B. L. Phillips, 2013. Solid state NMR spectroscopic study of phosphate sorption mechanisms on aluminum (hydr)oxides. Environmental Science & Technology 47, 8308-8315. (IF = 5.39)

    6X. Wang, W. Li*, R. Harington, F. Liu, J. Parise, X. Feng*, Donald L. Sparks, 2013. Effect of ferrihydrite crystallite size on phosphate adsorption reactivity. Environmental Science & Technology, 47, 10322-10311. (Corresponding author) (IF = 5.39)

    7W. Li*, Y. Wang*, D. Zhou, M. Zhu, T. Fan, B. L. Phillips, D. L. Sparks, 2013. Inhibition mechanism of Zn adsorption/precipitation on aluminum oxide by glyphosate: A 31P NMR and Zn EXAFS study. Environmental Science & Technology, 47, 4211-4219. (IF = 5.39)

    8W. Li*, A. M. Pierre-Louis, K. D. Kwon, J. D. Kubicki, D. R. Strongin, and B. L. Phillips, 2013. Molecular level investigations of phosphate sorption on the corundum (α-Al2O3) surface by 31P solid state NMR, ATR-FTIR and quantum chemical calculations. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 107, 252-266. (IF = 4.32)

    9W. Li*, K. J. T. Livi, W. Xu, M. G. Siebecker, Y. Wang, B. L. Phillips and D. L. Sparks, 2012. Formation of crystalline Zn-Al LDH precipitates on γ-alumina: The role of mineral dissolution. Environmental Science & Technology 46, 11670-11677. (IF = 5.39)

    10W. Li, W. Xu, J. B. Parise, and B. L. Phillips*, 2012. Formation of hydroxylapatite from co-sorption of phosphate and calcium by boehmite. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 85, 289-301. (IF = 4.32)

    11W. Li*, R. Harrington, Y. Tang, J. D. Kubicki, M. Aryanpour, R. J. Reeder, J. B. Parise, and B. L. Phillips, 2011. Differential pair distribution function investigation on structure of arsenate adsorbed on nanocrystalline γ-alumina. Environmental Science & Technology 45, 9687–9692. (IF = 5.39)

    12W. Li,L. Luo, and S. Zhang*, 2011. Towards a molecular scale understanding of the chemistry of inorganic ions at environmental interfaces: Application of spectroscopic techniques. Progress in Chemistry 23, 2576-2587. (Review article in Chinese)

    13W. Li, J. Feng, K. Kwon, J. D. Kubicki, and B. L. Phillips*, 2010. Surface speciation of phosphate on boehmite (γ-AlOOH) determined from NMR spectroscopy. Langmuir 26, 4753–4761. (IF = 3.99)

    14W. Li, S. Zhang*, and X. Shan, 2007. Surface modification of goethite by phosphate for enhancement of Cu and Cd adsorption. Colloids Surfaces A: Physicochemical Engineering Aspects 293, 13-19. (IF = 2.76)

    15W. Li, S. Zhang*, W. Jiang, and X. Shan, 2006. Effect of phosphate on adsorption of Cu and Cd on natural hematite. Chemosphere 63, 1235-1241. (IF = 3.70)

    16A. N. Starcher, W. Li, R. K. Kukkadapu, E. J. Elzinga and D. L. Sparks. 2016. Fe(II) sorption on pyrophyllite: Effect of structural Fe(III) (impurity) in pyrophyllite on nature of layered double hydroxide (LDH) secondary mineral formation. Chemical Geology 439: 152-160. (IF = 3.48)

    17H. Zhao, M. Zhu, W. Li, E. J. Elzinga, M. Villalobos, F. Liu, J. Zhang, X. Feng, and D. L. Sparks. 2016. Redox reactions between Mn(II) and hexagonal birnessite change it’s layer symmetry. Environmental Science & Technology 50 (4): 1750–1758. (IF = 5.39)

    18X. Wang, M. Zhu, L. K. Koopal, W. Li, W. Xu, F. Liu, J. Zhang, Q. Liu,  X. Feng and D. L. Sparks, 2016. Effects of crystallite sizes on the structure and magnetism of ferrihydrite. Environmental Science: Nano 3: 190 - 202. (IF = 5.90)

    19X. Feng, Y. Yan, B. Wan, W. Li, D. P. Jaisi, L. Zheng, J. Zhang, and F. Liu, 2016. Enhanced dissolution and transformation of ZnO nanoparticles: The role of inositol hexakisphosphate. Environmental Science & Technology 50 (22), 5651–5660. (IF = 5.39)

    20C. Wang, Wei Li, Z. Yang, Y. Chen, W. Shao, J. Ji*, 2015. An invisible soil acidification: Critical role of soil carbonate and its impact on metals’ bioavailability. Scientific Reports 5, 12735. (IF = 5.58)

    21Y. Yan, L. K. Koopal, W. Li, A. M. Zheng, J. Yang, F. Liu, X. Feng*, 2015 Size-dependent sorption of myo-inositol hexakisphosphate and orthophosphate on nano-γ-Al2O3Journal Colloid Interface Science 451, 85-92. (IF = 3.78)

    22Y. Wang, X. Zhao, L. Wang, Y. J. Wang, W. Li, S. Wang*, G. Xing. 2015. The regime and P availability of omitting P fertilizer application for rice in rice/wheat rotation in the Taihu Lake Region of southern China. Journal of Soils Sediments 15, 844-853. (IF = 2.21)

    23Y. Yan, W. Li, J. Yang, A. Zheng, F. Liu, X. Feng, and D. L. Sparks. 2014. Mechanism of myo-inositol hexakisphosphate sorption on amorphous aluminum hydroxide: Spectroscopic evidence for rapid surface precipitation. Environmental Science & Technology 48, 6735-6742. (IF = 5.39)

    24J. Fan, Y. J. Wang*, C. Liu, L. Wang, K. Yang, D. Zhou*, W. Li, D. L. Sparks. 2014. Effect of iron oxide reductive dissolution on the transformation and immobilization of arsenic in soils: New insights from X-ray photoelectron and X-ray absorption spectroscopy. Journal of Hazardous Material 279, 212–219. (IF = 4.84)

    25Y. Yan, F. Liu, W. Li, F. Liu, X. Feng*, D. L. Sparks, 2014. Sorption and desorption characteristics of organic phosphates of different structures on aluminum (oxyhydr)oxides. European Journal of Soil Science 65, 308-317. (IF = 3.43)

    26J. Kim, W. Li, B. L. Phillips, and C. P. Grey*, 2011. Phosphate adsorption on the iron oxyhydroxides goethite (α-FeOOH), akaganeite (β-FeOOH), and lepidocrocite (γ-FeOOH): A31P NMR study. Energy & Environmental Science 4, 4298-5035. (IF = 25.43)

    27S. A. Kang, W. Li, H. E. Lee, B. L. Phillips, and Y. J. Lee*. 2011. Phosphate uptake by TiO2: Batch studies and NMR spectroscopic evidence for multisite adsorption. Journal Colloid Interface Science 364, 455-461. (IF = 3.78)

    28A. M. Pierre-Louis*, D. B. Hausner, N. Bhandari, W. Li, J. Kim, J. D. Kubicki, and Daniel R. Strongin, 2013. Adsorption of carbon dioxide on Al/Fe oxyhydroxide. Journal Colloid Interface Science 400, 1-10. (IF = 3.78)

    29X. Wang, F. Liu, W. Tan, W. Li, X. Feng*, D. L. Sparks.2013. Characteristics of phosphate sorption-desorption onto ferrihydrite: Comparison with crystalline Fe (hydro)oxides. Soil Science178, 1–11. (IF = 0.71)

    30Y. Tao*, W. Li, B. Xue, J. Zhong, S. Yao, Q. Wu, 2013.Different effects of copper (II), cadmium (II) and phosphate on the sorption of phenanthrene on the biomass of cyanobacteria. Journal of Hazardous Material 261, 21-28. (IF = 4.84)

    31D. Banerjee, S. J. Kim, W. Li, H. Wu, J. Li, L. A. Borkowski, B. L. Phillips and J. B. Parise*, 2010. Synthesis and structural characterization of a 3-D lithium based metal-organic framework showing dynamic structural behavior. Crystal Growth Design 10, 2801–2805. (IF = 4.43)

    32Y. J. Lee, P. W. Stephens, Y. Tang, W. Li, B. L. Phillips, J. B. Parise, R. J. Reeder*, 2009. Arsenate substitution in hydroxylapatite: Structural characterization of the Ca(PxAsO4)3OH solid solution. American Mineralogist 94, 666-675. (IF = 1.92)

    33S. Z. Zhang*, W. Li, X. Shan, A. Lu and P. Zhou, 2005. Effects of low molecular weight organic anions on release of arsenite and arsenate from a contaminated soil. Water Air Soil Pollution 167, 111-119. (IF = 1.55)