Dr. Jie  Ma

Dr. Jie Ma

Associate Professor
Tongji University, China


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Materials Science from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

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Biography

Dr. Jie Ma is currently working as Assistant Professor and Graduate Advisor at College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tongji University, China. He obtained his PhD degree in Material Sciences from same University in 2009. In past he worked as Assistant Professor at Tongji University and Visiting Scholar at University of Akron. He has 41 publications in journals. Dr. Jie Ma received honors includes Tongji University Excellent Youth Teachers Plan, Young talents cultivation plan of action of Tongji University, Wu Zhaolin Scholarship, Excellent Bachelor Thesis Scholarship, and Excellent Member in Social Activity.

Area of Interest:

Chemistry
100%
Water Treatment
62%
Air Pollution Modeling
90%
Physical Chemistry
75%
Resource Utilization
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Zhuang, Y., F. Yu, J. Ma and J.H. Chen, 2015. Facile synthesis of three-dimensional graphene-soy protein aerogel composites for tetracycline adsorption. Desalination Water Treat. .
  2. Zhuang, Y., F. Yu, J. Ma and J. Chen, 2015. Graphene as a template and structural scaffold for the synthesis of a 3D porous bio-adsorbent to remove antibiotics from water. RSC Adv., 5: 27964-27969.
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  3. Zhuang, Y., F. Yu, J. Ma and J. Chen, 2015. Adsorption of ciprofloxacin onto grapheme-soy protein biocomposites. New J. Chem. 10.1039/C5NJ00019J.
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  4. Yu, F., S.N. Sun, J. Ma and S. Han, 2015. Enhanced removal performance of arsenate and arsenite by magnetic graphene oxide with high iron oxide loading. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 17: 4388-4397.
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  5. Yu, F., J. Ma and S. Han, 2015. Enhanced adsorptive removal of selected pharmaceutical antibiotics from aqueous solution by activated grapheme. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 22: 4715-4724.
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  6. Ma, J., M.X. Yang and F. Yu, 2015. Easy solid-phase synthesis of pH-insensitive heterogeneous CNTs/FeS Fenton-like catalyst for the removal of antibiotics from aqueous solution. J. Colloid Interface Sci., 444: 24-32.
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  7. Ma, J., C. Li, F. Yu and J. Chen, 2015. Brick-like N-doped graphene/carbon nanotube structure forming three-dimensional films as high performance metal-free counter electrodes in dye-sensitized solar cells. J. Power Sources, 273: 1048-1055.
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  8. Chen, B., Z. Zhu, J. Ma, Y. Qiu and J. Chen, 2015. Iron oxide supported sulfhydryl-functionalized multiwalled carbon nanotubes for removal of arsenite from aqueous solution. ChemPlusChem, 80: 740-748.
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  9. Yu, F., L. Chen, J. Ma, Y. Sun and Q. Li et al., 2014. Self-regenerative adsorbent based on the cross-linking chitosan for adsorbing and mineralizing azo dye. RSC Adv., 4: 5518-5523.
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  10. Yu, F., J. Ma and S. Han, 2014. Adsorption of tetracycline from aqueous solutions onto multi-walled carbon nanotubes with different oxygen contents. Sci. Rep., Vol. 4. 10.1038/srep05326.
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  11. Yang, M.X., J. Ma, Y.R. Sun, X.Z. Xiong, C.L. Li, Q. Li and J.H. Chen, 2014. Synthesis of carbon nanotubes/FeS fenton-like catalyst and its catalytic properties. Chem. J. Chin. Univ., 35: 570-575.
  12. Wu, L., L. Zhang, T. Meng, F. Yu, J. Chen and J. Ma, 2014. Facile synthesis of 3D amino-functional graphene-sponge composites decorated by graphene nanodots with enhanced removal of indoor formaldehyde. Aerosol Air Qual. Res. .
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  13. Qin, Y., Y. Zhou, J. Li, J. Ma, D. Shi, J. Chen and J. Yang, 2014. Fabrication of hierarchical core-shell [email protected] ZnO heteroarchitectures initiated by heteroseed assembly for photocatalytic applications. J. Colloid Interface Sci., 418: 171-177.
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  14. Ma, J., M. Yang, Y. Sun, C. Li and Q. Li et al., 2014. Fabrication of Ag/TiO2 nanotube array with enhanced photo-catalytic degradation of aqueous organic pollutant. Phys. E: Low-Dimensional Syst. Nanostruct., 58: 24-29.
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  15. Ma, J., C. Li, F. Yu and J. Chen, 2014. 3 D single-walled carbon nanotube/graphene aerogels as Pt-free transparent counter electrodes for high efficiency dye-sensitized solar cells. ChemSusChem, 7: 3304-3311.
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  16. Ma, J., 2014. Surfactant-free synthesis of graphene-functionalized carbon nanotube film as a catalytic counter electrode in dye-sensitized solar cells. J. Power Sources, 247: 999-1004.
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  17. Chen, B., Z.L. Zhu, J. Hong, Z.P. Wen, J. Ma, Y.L. Qiu and J.H. Chen, 2014. Nanocasted synthesis of ordered mesoporous cerium iron mixed oxide and its excellent performances for As(V) and Cr(VI) removal from aqueous solutions. Dalton Trans., 43: 10767-10777.
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  18. Chen, B., Z. Zhu, S. Liu, J. Hong, J. Ma, Y. Qiu and J. Chen, 2014. Facile hydrothermal synthesis of nanostructured hollow iron-cerium alkoxides and their superior arsenic adsorption performance. ACS Applied Mater. Interfaces, 6: 14016-14025.
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  19. Chen, B., Z. Zhu, J. Ma, M. Yang and J. Hong et al., 2014. One-pot, solid-phase synthesis of magnetic multiwalled carbon nanotube/iron oxide composites and their application in arsenic removal. J. Colloid Interface Sci., 434: 9-17.
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  20. Yu, F., Y. Wu, J. Ma and C. Zhang, 2013. Adsorption of lead on multi-walled carbon nanotubes with different outer diameters and oxygen contents: Kinetics, isotherms and thermodynamics. J. Environ. Sci., 25: 195-203.
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  21. Ma, J., Z.L. Zhu, B. Chen, M.X. Yang and H.M. Zhou et al., 2013. One-pot, large-scale synthesis of magnetic activated carbon nanotubes and their applications for arsenic removal. J. Mater. Chem. A, 1: 4662-4666.
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  22. Ma, J., F. Yu, Z.H. Wen, M.X. Yang and L. Jin et al., 2013. A facile one-pot method for synthesis of low-cost iron oxide/activated carbon nanotube electrode materials for lithium-ion batteries. Dalton Trans., 42: 1356-1359.
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  23. Chen, B., Z.L. Zhu, J. Ma and J.H. Chen, 2013. Surfactant assisted Ce-Fe mixed oxide decorated multiwalled carbon nanotubes and their arsenic adsorption performance. J. Mater. Chem. A, 1: 11355-11367.
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  24. Yu, F., Y.Q. Wu, X. Li and J. Ma, 2012. Kinetic and thermodynamic studies of toluene, ethylbenzene, and m-xylene adsorption from aqueous solutions onto koh-activated multiwalled carbon nanotubes. J. Agric. Food Chem., 60: 12245-12253.
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  25. Yu, F., Y. Wu and J. Ma, 2012. Influence of the pore structure and surface chemistry on adsorption of ethylbenzene and xylene isomers by KOH-activated multi-walled carbon nanotubes. J. Hazard. Mater., 237: 102-109.
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  26. Yu, F., M. Yang, F. Li, C. Su and B. Ma et al., 2012. The growth mechanism of single-walled carbon nanotubes with a controlled diameter. Phys. E: Low-Dimensional Syst. Nanostruct., 44: 2032-2040.
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  27. Yu, F., J.H. Chen, M.X. Yang, F.L. Li and C. Su et al., 2012. A facile one-pot method for synthesis of low-cost magnetic carbon nanotubes and their applications for dye removal. New J. Chem., 36: 1940-1943.
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  28. Yu, F., J. Ma and Y. Wu, 2012. Adsorption of toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene isomers on multi-walled carbon nanotubes oxidized by different concentration of NaOCl. Front. Environ. Sci. Eng., 6: 320-329.
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  29. Yu, F., J. Chen, L. Chen, J. Huai and W. Gong et al., 2012. Magnetic carbon nanotubes synthesis by Fenton's reagent method and their potential application for removal of azo dye from aqueous solution. J. Colloid Interface Sci., 378: 175-183.
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  30. Ma, J., F. Yu, L. Zhou, L. Jin and M. Yang et al., 2012. Enhanced adsorptive removal of methyl orange and methylene blue from aqueous solution by alkali-activated multiwalled carbon nanotubes. ACS Applied Mater. Interfaces, 4: 5749-5760.
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  31. Yu, F., J. Ma and Y. Wu, 2011. Adsorption of toluene, ethylbenzene and m-xylene on multi-walled carbon nanotubes with different oxygen contents from aqueous solutions. J. Hazard. Mater., 192: 1370-1379.
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  32. Ma, J., F. Yu, Z. Yuan and J. Chen, 2011. Diameter-dependent thermal-oxidative stability of single-walled carbon nanotubes synthesized by a floating catalytic chemical vapor deposition method. Applied Surf. Sci., 257: 10471-10476.
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  33. Wu, Z., Q. Xu, J. Wang and J. Ma, 2010. Preparation of large area double-walled carbon nanotube macro-films with self-cleaning properties. J. Mater. Sci. Technol., 26: 20-26.
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  34. Ma, J., F. Yu and J.N. Wang, 2010. Preparation of water-dispersible single-walled carbon nanotubes by freeze-smashing and application as a catalyst support for fuel cells. J. Mater. Chem., 20: 5742-5747.
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  35. Ma, J. and J.N. Wang, 2010. Control of the diameters of single walled carbon nanotubes and related nano-chemistry and nano-biology. Front. Mater. Sci., 4: 17-28.
  36. Ma, J., J.N. Wang and X.X. Wang, 2009. Large-diameter and water-dispersible single-walled carbon nanotubes: Synthesis, characterization and applications. J. Mater. Chem., 19: 3033-3041.
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  37. Wu, Z.P., J.N. Wang and J. Ma, 2008. Methanol-mediated growth of carbon nanotubes. Carbon, 47: 324-327.
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  38. Ma, J. and J.N. Wang, 2008. Purification of single-walled carbon nanotubes by a highly efficient and nondestructive approach. Chem. Mater., 20: 2895-2902.
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  39. Niu, J.J., J.N. Wang, J. Xie, L.F. Su and J. Ma, 2007. An approach to carbon nanotubes with high surface area and large pore volume. Micropor. Mesopor. Mater., 100: 1-5.
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