Affiliation: Peking University
Location: Beijing, China
Natural organic matter characterization
Disnfection by products formation
2008.11-Present Assist/ assoc Prof College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Peking University
2006.10-2008.10 Postdoctor, College of environmental Sciences and Engineering, Peking University
2003.09-2006.07 Ph.D., Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2000.09-2003.06 M.S., College of Environmental Engineering, Chang
Yan M.Q.*, Wang D.S., Korshin G., Benedetti M.F., Quantifying metal ions binding onto dissolved organic matter using log-transformed absorbance spectra. Water Res. (Revising)
Yan M.Q.*, Li M.Y., Wang D.S., Xiao F., Optical property of iron binding to Suwannee River fulvic acid. Chemosphere (accepted)
Yan M.Q.*, Dryer D., Korshin G., Benedetti M.F., 2013. In situ study of binding of copper by fulvic acid: Comparison of differential absorbance data and model predictions. Water Res. 47(2):588-596
Yan M.Q.*, Wang D.S., Korshin G., Cai Z.X., 2012. Characterize natural organic matter using High-performance liquid chromatography-size exclusion chromatography (HPLC-SEC) with continuous wavelength UV absorbance detector. Chemosphere 87(8): 879-885.
Yan M.Q.*, Liu C.X., Wang D.S., Ni J.R., Cheng J.X., 2012. Investigation the adsorption characteristics of NOM on alumina for surface source waters. J hazard matter 215: 115-121.
Yan M.Q.*, Liu C.X., Wang D.S., Ni J.R., Cheng J.X., 2011. Characterization of adsorption of humic acid onto alumina using quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation. Langmuir 27(16): 9860-9865.
Yan M.Q.*,Wang D.S., Qu J.H.,2010. NOM removal by integrated process of ozonation and granular activated carbon for typical North-China water. Sep. Purif. Technol. 72: 263-268.
Yan M.Q.*, Yu J.F., Wang D.S., Ni J.R., Qu J.H., Tang H.X., 2009. Natural organic matter (NOM) removal in a typical North-China water plant by enhanced coagulation: Targets and techniques. Sep. Purif. Technol. 68: 320-327.
Yan M.Q.*, Liu H.L., Wang D.S., Ni J.R., Qu J.H., 2009. Natural organic matter removal by coagulation: Effect of kinetics and hydraulics. Water Sci. Technol:WS. 9(1), wst.2009.065 D06.
Yan M. Q., Wang D.S.*, Ni J.R., Qu. J.H., Chow C.W.K., 2008. Enhanced coagulation for high alkalinity and micro-polluted water: The third way through coagulant optimization. Water Res. 42(8-9): 2278-2286.
Yan M. Q.*, Wang D.S.*, Qu J.H., Ni J.R., Chow C.W.K., Liu H.L., 2008. Mechanism of natural organic matter removal by polyaluminum chloride: Effect of coagulant particle size and hydrolysis kinetics. Water Res. 42(13): 3361-3370.
Yan M.Q., Wang D.S.*, Yu J.F., Ni J.R., Qu J.H., Edwards M.A., 2008. Enhanced coagulation with polyaluminum chlorides: Role of pH/alkalinity and speciation. Chemosphere 71(9): 1665-1673.
Yan M.Q., Wang D.S.*, Qu J.H., Ni J.R., Yan Y., Chow C.W.K., 2008. Effect of polyaluminum chloride on enhanced softening for the typical organic-polluted high hardness North-China surface waters. Sep. Purif. Technol. 62: 402-407.
Yan M.Q., Wang D.S.*, Shi B.Y., Wang M., Yan Y., 2007. Effect of pre-ozonation on optimized coagulation of a typical North-China source water. Chemosphere 69(11): 1695-1702.
Yan M.Q., Wang D.S.*, Qu J.H., He W.J., Chow C.W.K., 2007. Relative importance of hydrolyzed Al(III) species (Ala, Alb and Alc) during coagulation with polyaluminum chloride: A case study with the typical micro-polluted source waters. J. Colliod Interf. Sci., 316(2): 482-489.
Yan M.Q., Wang D.S.*, Shi B.Y., Wei Q.S., Qu J.H., Tang H.X., 2007. Transformation of particles, NOMs and elements in a Chinese pilot-scale drinking water treatment processes. J. Environ. Sci., 19(3): 271-277.
Yan M.Q., Wang D.S.*, You S.J., Qu J.H., Tang H.X., 2006. Enhanced coagulation in a typical north-china water plant. Water Res. 40(19): 3621-3627.
Yu J.F., Wang D.S.*, Ge X.P., Yan M.Q., Yang M., 2006. Flocculation of kaolin particles by two typical polyelectrolytes: A comparative study on the kinetics and floc structures. Colloid Surface A 290: 288-294.
Yu J.F., Wang D.S.*, Yan M.Q., Ge X.P., 2006. Optimized coagulation of high alkalinity low temperature and particle water pH adjustment and polyelectrolytes as coagulant aids. Environ. Monit. Assess. 131: 377
- Zhou Y, Yan M, Liu R, Wang D, Qu J. Investigating the effect of hardness cations on coagulation: The aspect of neutralisation through Al(III)-dissolved organic matter (DOM) binding. Water Res. 2017;115:22-28 pubmed publisher..This study demonstrates that the removal of DOM by coagulation would significantly deteriorate with the presence of hardness cations, which would compete with coagulant Al3+ to neutralise the unsaturated sites in DOM. ..