Guan Qingxin

Guan Qingxin 
Doctor degree Associate professor 
Guan Qingxin, Doctor degree, Associate professor,Institute of Applied Chemistry and Engineering, graduated from Nankai University.
Special Talent:

Address:Nankai University, No. 94 Weijin Road Tianjin 300071, China



Research Interest:

1. Nanometer catalytic materials and Catalysis

2. Mercury free catalyst of vinyl chloride

3. Interstitial compound and synthesis of bio-oil

4. Indoor air purification and low temperature catalytic oxidation of formaldehyde


Born in December 1981, Qingzhou City, Shandong province, and in July 2010 by the doctor of Science degree from Nankai University. 2013 entry College of chemistry, Nankai University.

Honors and Awards

2018, Foundation of National Excellent Young Researchers

2015, Hundred Young Talents of Nankai University

Scientific Achievements & Selected Publications

1. Facile in-situ Encapsulation of Highly Dispersed Ni@MCM‐41 for the Trans‐Decalin Production from Hydrogenation of Naphthalene at Low Temperature

Xiaoyun Song, Qingxin Guan*, Yu Shu, Xiaojing Zhang, Wei Li*

ChemCatChem, 2019, 11, 1286-1294.

2. The Synergistic Effect of CuZnCeOx in Controlling the Formation of Methanol and CO from CO2 Hydrogenation

Xiaosong Hu, Wei Qin, Qingxin Guan*, Wei Li*

ChemCatChem, 2018, 10, 4438-4449.

3. Bio-friendly controllable synthesis of silver nanoparticles and their enhanced antibacterial property

Qingxin Guan, Chanchan Xia, Wei Li*

Catal. Today, 2019, 327, 196-202.

4. Investigation on hydroisomerization and hydrocracking of C15–C18n-alkanes utilizing a hollow tubular Ni-Mo/SAPO-11 catalyst with high selectivity of jet fuel

Guanhua Xing, Siyang Liu, Qingxin Guan*, Wei Li*

Catal. Today, 2019, 330, 109-116.

5.Nondestructive construction of Lewis acid sites on the surface of supported nickel phosphide catalysts by atomic-layer deposition

Guoxia Yun, Qingxin Guan*, Wei Li*

J. Catal. 2018, 361, 12-22.

6.Eco-friendly controllable synthesis of highly dispersed ZIF-8 embedded in porous Al2O3 and its hydrogenation properties after encapsulating Pt nanoparticles

Xiaoyun Song, Qingxin Guan*, Zitao Cheng, Wei Li**

Appl. Catal. B-Environ. 2018, 227, 13-23.

7.The synthesis and mechanistic studies of a highly active nickel phosphide catalyst for naphthalene hydrodearomatization

Guoxia Yun, Qingxin Guan* and Wei Li *

RSC Adv., 2017, 7, 8677 - 8687.

8. Catalytic performance and deoxygenation path of methyl palmitate on Ni2P-SiO2 synthesized using the thermal decomposition of nickel hypophosphite

Qingxin Guan, Fei Han, Wei Li*

RSC Adv., 2016, 6, 31308 - 31315

9. Deoxygenation of methyl palmitate over SiO2-supported nickel phosphide catalysts: effects of pressure and kinetic investigation

Fei Han, Qingxin Guan*, Wei Li*

RSC Adv., 2015, 5, 107533-107539

10. Hydrodeoxygenation of methyl palmitate over MCM-41 supported nickel phosphide catalysts

Qingxin Guan, Fanfan Wan, Fei Han, Zihe Liu, Wei Li*

Catal.Today, 2016, 259, 467-473.

11. Synthesis of bulk and supported nickel phosphide using microwave radiation for hydrodeoxygenation of methyl palmitate

Yinan Xue, Qingxin Guan,* and Wei Li

RSC Advances, 2015, 5, 53623-53628

12. Modification with boehmite-derived alumina nanoparticles enhances mechanical properties of resin

Qingxin Guan, Hui Wang, Bohan Chai and Wei Li*

RSC Advances, 2015, 5, 52710-52717

13. A feasible approach to the synthesis of nickel phosphide for hydrodesulfurization.

Qingxin Guan, Xun Cheng, Rongguan Li, Wei Li*

Journal of Catalysis, 2013, 299, 1-9.

14. The synthesis and evaluation of highly active Ni2P–MoS2 catalysts using the decomposition of hypophosphites

Qingxin Guan, Wei Li

Catal. Sci. Technol., 2012, 2, 2356-2360.

15. The synthesis and investigation of ruthenium phosphide catalysts

Qingxin Guan, Cuiping Sun, Rongguan Li, Wei Li

Catalysis Communications, 2011 (14) 114-117.

16. A novel synthetic approach to synthesizing bulk and supported metal phosphides.

Qingxin Guan, Wei Li*

Journal of Catalysis, 2010, 271(2), 413-415.

17. Alternative synthesis of bulk and supported nickel phosphide from the thermal decomposition of hypophosphites.

Qingxin Guan, Wei Li*, Minghui Zhang, Keyi Tao.

Journal of Catalysis, 2009, 263(1), 1-3.

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