SUN Cheng
 
     
 
     
     
 

 

SUN Cheng, Ph.D. is a professor of Environmental Chemistry and deputy director of School of the Environment, Nanjing University. He graduated from the Department of Chemistry, Nanjing University in 1982, and obtained Master degree from China Pharmaceutical University in 1985. He worked at the Department of Environmental Sciences, Nanjing University from 1985 to 1993, and studied as a Ph.D. student at Heriot-Watt University, U.K. from1994 to1997. Since 1998 he has worked at School of the Environment, Nanjing University.

INTERESTS and PROJECTS

His research interests are mainly as following three aspects:

1. Analyses of trace and micro components in environmental samples.

2. Transformation and transport of chemical substances in environments.

3. Control of pollution and reclamation of contaminated environments.

At present, he is mainly engaged in the research projects as following:

1. Investigation of polychlorinated organic compounds (including PCB, DDTs, HCHs and hexachlorobenzen) in the water, sediment, grain etc.

2. Investigation of impact of toxic chemicals on the environment and human health.

3. Bioremediation of polluted environments.

As a teacher, he offers teaching courses:

1. Progress on Environmental Analytical Chemistry (in preparation, MSc. Course),

2. Environmental Monitoring (BSc. course),

3. Laboratories of Environmental Monitoring (BSc. course)

 RECENT PUBLICATIONS (selected)

1)        Influence of organic matter on orthophosphate corrosion inhibition for copper pipe in soft water, Corrosion Sci. 2004, 46:137-145.

2)        Effect of temperature on enantiomer separation of oxzepam and lorzepam by High Performance Liuid Chromatography on a b -cyclodextrin derivatixzed-bonded chiral stationary phase, J. Chromatogr. Sci. 200442(1): 62-65.

3)        Solid-phase extraction of methadone enantiomers and benzodiazepines in biological fluids by two polymeric cartridges for liquid chromatographic analysis, J.Chromatography B, 2004, 814(2): 385-391.

4)     Preparation of the solid complex pf nimodipine with b-cyclodextrin and studies on its photokinetics, J. Southeast Univer.(Medical Science Edition), 2004, 23(2):82-85(In Chinese).

5)        Copper release from copper tableware, Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 2003, 70: 905-912.

6)        The degradation trends of high effect cypermethrin in soils, China Environ. Sci., 2003, 23(5):490-492(In Chinese).

7)        Comparative analysis on heavy metal contents in lichen and ant as indicators for city contamination, J. Agro-Environ. Sci., 2003, 22(2):154-158(In Chinese).

8)        Stability of three allethrin-series products in photolysis and hydrolysis, Rural Eco-Environ., 2003, 19(2):43-46(In Chinese).

9)        Study on PCBs in the Green Mussel (Perna Viridis L.) samples in Hong Kong marine water, Environ. Chem., 2003, 22(2): 182-188(In Chinese).

10)     Investigation on volatile organic compounds pollution in the ambient air of Nanjing city, Environ. Chem., 2003, 22(3):227-231, (In Chinese).

11)     Trace analysis of dissolved polychlorinated organic compounds in the water of the Yangtze River (Nanjing, China), Environmental Pollution, 2002,117: 9-14.

12)     Influence of insecticide chlorpyrifos and its metabolites on catalase activity in soil, Agro-Environ. Protect., 2002,21(6):553-555(In Chinese).

13)     Validation of germination rate and root elongation as indicator to assess phytotoxicity with Cumumis sativus, Chemosphere, 2001, 44: 1711-1721.

14)     Investigation of polychlorinated organic compounds (PCOCs) in the Yangtse River water samples using SPE and GC/ECD. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 2000, 64:383-389.

15)     Determination and prediction of partition properties for 0,0'-dialkyl, 0"-substituted phenyl- glyoxylonitrile oximino phosphates and thiophosphates, Toxocol. Environ. Chem., 1999, 72: 25-34.

16)     Application of solid phase exaction on the analyses of micro-organic compounds in water samples. Progress in Environ. Sci., 1999(7):83-90 (in Chinese).

17)     QSAR for polychlorinated organic compounds (PCOCs) 1. Prediction of partition properties for PCOCs using quantum chemical parameters, Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 1999, 62: 530-538.

18)     The Determination of alkyl phenol ethoxylates in wool-scouring effluent, J. Text. Inst. , 1999, 89 Part 1: 677-685.

19)     Determination of poly(ethylene glycol)s by both normal-phase and reversed-phase modes of high-performance liquid chromatography, J.Chromatogr. A , 1998, 800:231-238.

20)     Separation and determination of oligomers and homologues of alcoholethoxylates in textile lubricants and lubricant emulsion by HPLC. J.Chromatogr. A, 1997, 771:145-154.

21)     Separation of broadly distributed nonylphenol ethoxylates and determination of ethylene oxide oligomers in textile lubricants and emulsions by HPLC. J.Chromatogr. A, 1996, 731: 161-169.

22)     Distribution of organic toxic compounds in Lake Taihu. Water Research ,30(1996):2003-2008.

23)     Freshwater Contamination in China: Current Topics of Research, edited by Gawlik, B.M., Platzer, B. and Montau, H. publishes by Joint Research Centre of European Commission, 2001.

24)     Experiments of Environmental Monitoring, Scientific Press, Beijing, 2003. 

 CONTACT

Tel: +86 25 83593109 (o)

Fax: +86 25 83707304

E-mail: chengsun@public1.ptt.js.cn

envidean@nju.edu.cn

Address: School of the Environment, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210093, PR China