Xiaojia Huang

Visiting Scholar

xhuang@uta.edu




 

Current Research Profile


Development of open tubular ionic exchange separation and detection system based on the modified poly methyl methacrylate (PMMA) capillary


Capillary ion chromatography (c-IC) has aroused people’s interest because of its high separation efficiency and low consumption of eluent. Beyond all doubt, the “heart” of the whole c-IC system is the column in capillary scale, which decides the results that you can get. Till now, there are a few of capillary columns which show delightful separation results for anionic and cationic ions. However, all of these columns are prepared based on fused-silica capillary, which shows fragile character.

Therefore, in present research, we try to prepare open tubular ionic exchange separation and detection system based on the modified PMMA capillary. In order to modify the capillary, the PMMA groups should be hydrolyzed by alkali then modified with other compounds. Other research on this system, such as injections and detection are still in studying.

Education


07/1997  B. Sc., Fujian normal university (Chemistry).

07/2000  M.Sc., Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academic of Sciences (Organic chemistry).

06/2003  Ph.D., Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academic of Sciences (Analytical chemistry).

 

Professional Experiences


09/2009-        Visiting scholar, The University of Texas at Arlington.

09/2005-       Associate Professor, Environmental Science Research Center, College of Marine and Environmental Science, Xiamen University.

07/2003-08/2005  Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Chemistry and Key Laboratory of Analytical Sciences of the Ministry of Education, College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Xiamen University.

 

Membership

Member of Chinese Chemical Society.

 

Appointments

Member of The 5th editoral board of Chinese Journal of Chromatography (2007-).

Reviewer of Journal of Chromatography A, Journal of Separation Science (2008-).

 

Publications

Thirty plus publications in primary peer-reviewed journals.

 

Research Grants

I have taken on projects supported by National Nature Science Foundation of China, Youth Talent Foundation of Fujian Province, Start-up foundation of Xiamen University and China Postdoctoral Science Foundation.

 


 

Recent publications

1.     X. J. Huang, N. N. Qiu, D. X. Yuan, Q. M. Lin, “Preparation of a mixed stir bar for sorptive extraction based on monolithic material for the extraction of quinolones from wastewater”, Journal of Chromatogrphy A (doi:10.1016/j.chroma.2009.09.072).

2.     X. J. Huang, N. N. Qiu, D. X. Yuan, “Simple and sensitive monitoring of sulfonamide veterinary residues in milk by stir bar sorptive extraction based on monolithic material and high performanceliquid chromatography analysis”, Journal of Chromatography A, 2009, 1216: 8240-8245.

3.     X. J. Huang, N. N. Qiu, D. X. Yuan, Q. M. Lin, “Sensitive determination of strongly polar aromatic amines in water samples by stir bar sorptive extraction based on poly(vinylimidazole-divinylbenzene) monolithic material and liquid chromatographic analysis”, Journal of Chromatogrphy A, 2009, 1216: 4354-4360.

4.     X. J. Huang, J. B. Lin, D. X. Yuan, R. Z. Hu, “Determination of steroid sex hormones in wastewater by stir bar sorptive extraction based on poly(vinylpyridine-ethylene dimethacrylate) monolithic material and liquid chromatographic analysis”, Journal of Chromatography A, 2009, 1216: 3508-3511.

5.     X. J. Huang, N. N. Qiu, D. X. Yuan, B. L. Huang, “A novel stir bar sorptive extraction coating based on monolithic material for apolar, polar organic compounds and heavy metal ions”, Talanta, 2009, 78: 101-106.

6.     X. J. Huang, N. N. Qiu, D. X. Yuan, “Development and validation of stir bar sorptive extraction of polar phenols in water followed by HPLC separation in poly (vinylpyrrolididonedivinylbenzene) monolith”, Journal of Separation Science, 2009, 32, 1407-1414.

7.     X. J. Huang, D. X. Yuan, B. L. Huang, “Determination of steroid sex hormones in urine matrix by stir bar sorptive extraction based on monolithic material and liquid chromatography with diode array detection”, Talanta, 2008, 75: 172-177.

8.     X. J. Huang, N. N. Qiu, D. X. Yuan, “Direct enrichment of phenols in lake and sea water by stir bar sorptive extraction based on poly (vinylpyridine-ethylene dimethacrylate) monolithic material and liquid chromatographic analysis”, Journal of Chromatography A, 2008, 1194: 134-138.

9.     X. J. Huang, D. X. Yuan, “Preparation of stir bars for sorptive extraction based on monolithic material”, Journal of Chromatography A, 2007, 1154: 152-157.

10.  X. J. Huang, D. X. Yuan, B. L. Huang, “Simple and rapid determination of sulfonamides in milk using Ether-type column liquid chromatography”, Talanta, 2007, 72: 1298-1301.

11.  X. J. Huang, Q. Q. Wang, B. L. Huang, “Preparation and evaluation of stable coating for capillary electrophoresis using coupled chitosan as coated modifier”, Talanta, 2006, 69: 463-468.

12.  X. J. Huang, Q. Q. Wang, Y. Hua, Y. Huang, B. L. Huang, “Octyl-type monolithic columns of 530 µm i.d. for capillary liquid chromatography”, Journal of Chromatography A, 2005, 1062: 183-188.

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