Associate Professor Ying Zhang
Cell Phone: +86 188 1026 4969
Dr. Ying Zhang obtained in 2015 her B.S. in Applied Chemistry from Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China, where she conducted research focusing on electrocatalyst fabrication in the laboratory of Prof. Xiaoming Sun. Later, she received in 2019 her Ph.D. in Chemistry from Monash University, Australia, under Prof. Jie Zhang and Prof. Alan M. Bond’s supervision. Currently, she is an associate professor in Jiangnan University, China. Her work focuses on electrochemical reduction of CO2 including developing efficient catalysts and fundamental study of the mechanism. More information about her and her publications can be found at:
Probing the mechanism of Cu catalyzed electrochemical carbon dioxide reduction using in situ FTACV combined with spectroscopic techniques. 2020-2022, funded by NSFC (No. 21902009)
1. Ying Zhang, Xiaolong Zhang, Yunzhi Lin, Fengwang Li, Alan Bond*, and Jie Zhang*. Controllable synthesis of few-layer bismuth subcarbonate by electrochemical exfoliation for enhanced CO2 reduction performance. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2018, 57, 13283. (Impact factor: 12.257)
2. Ying Zhang, Lu Chen, Fengwang Li, Christopher D. Easton, Jiezhen Li, Alan M. Bond*, and Jie Zhang*. Direct detection of electron transfer reactions underpinning the tin catalyzed electrochemical reduction of CO2 using fourier transformed ac voltammetry. ACS Catal., 2017, 7, 4846. (Impact factor: 12.221)
3. Ying Zhang, Fengwang Li, Xiaolong Zhang, Tim Williams, Christopher D. Easton, Alan M. Bond* and Jie Zhang*, Electrochemical reduction of CO2 on defect-rich Bi derived from Bi2S3 with enhanced formate selectivity, J. Mater. Chem. A, 2018, 6, 4714. (Impact factor: 10.733)
4. Ying Zhang, Xiaolong Zhang, Alan Bond*, and Jie Zhang*. Identification of a new substrate effect that enhances the electrocatalytic activity of dendritic tin in CO2 reduction. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2018, 20, 5936. (Impact factor: 3.567)
5. Ying Zhang, Linbo Li, Sixuan Guo, Fengwang Li, Alan Bond*, and Jie Zhang*. Two-Dimensional Electrocatalysts for Efficient CO2 Reduction, ChemSusChem, 2019, DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201901794. (Impact factor: 7.804)
6. Ying Zhang, Alexandr N. Simonov, Jie Zhang*, and Alan Bond*. Fourier transformed alternating current voltammetry in electromaterials research: direct visualisation of important underlying electron transfer processes. Curr. Opin. Electrochem., 2018, 10, 72.
7. Zhao Cai, Yusheng Zhang, Yuxin Zhao, Yueshen Wu, Wenwen Xu, Xuemei Wen, Yang Zhong, Ying Zhang*, Wen Liu, Hailiang Wang, Yun Kuang*, and Xiaoming Sun*. Selectivity regulation of CO2 electroreduction through contact interface engineering on superwetting Cu nanoarray electrodes. Nano Res., 2018, 12, 345. (Impact factor: 8.515)
8. Yusheng Zhang, Zhao Cai, Yuxin Zhao, Xuemei Wen, Wenwen Xu, Yang Zhong, Lu Bai, Wen Liu, Ying Zhang (1), Ying Zhang(2)*, Yun Kuang*, and Xiaoming Sun*. Superaerophilic Copper Nanowires for Efficient and Switchable CO2 Electroreduction. Nanoscale Horiz., 2019, 4, 490. (Impact factor: 9.095)
9. Tengfei Gao, Xuemei Wen, Tianhui Xie, Nana Han, Kai Sun, Lu Han, Hangchao Wang, Ying Zhang*, Yun Kuang*, and Xiaoming Sun. Morphology effects of bismuth catalysts on electroreduction of carbon dioxide into formate. Electrochimica Acta, 2019, 305, 388. (Impact factor: 5.383)
10. Ruida Chen, Weiliang Tian, Yin Jia, Wenwen Xu, Fanhong Chen, Xinxuan Duan, Qixian Xie, Yang Zhong, Xuya Xiong, Tianhui Xie, Cejun Hu, Wen Liu, Yuxin Zhao*, Yun Kuang*, Ying Zhang*, and Xiaoming Sun. Engineering Interfacial Aerophilicity of Nickel-Embedded Nitrogen-Doped CNTs for Electrochemical CO2 Reduction. ACS Appl. Energy Mater. 2019, 2, 3991.