Prof. Hong He’s group has made an important progress in Cu-based small-pore zeolites utilized for NOx catalytic purification. The corresponding results have been published in the journal of the Appl. Catal. B (2020, 266, 118655 and 2020, 264, 118511), Catal. Sci. Tehhnol. (, and Chem. Eng. J. (2020, 388, 124250).
Congratulations to Academician Hong He for winning the National Natural Science Award(second prize)2019!
Prof. Hong He's group got an important achievement in NH3 selective catalytic reduction of NOx (NH3-SCR). The related work “Polymeric vanadyl species determine the low-temperature activity of V-based catalysts for the SCR of NOx with NH3” was published in Science Advances.
At the invitation of academician of National Academy of Engineering and Professor David y. h. Pui of University of Minnesota, academician Hong He, researcher of Center for Eco-Environmental Science of CAS, and chief scientist of Center for Excellence in Regional Atmospheric Environment of CAS, visited University of Minnesota, and made outstanding scholar report (L.M. fingerson / TSI incorporated distinguished structure) in September 2019.
Congratulations to Professor Hong He for his election as a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering in 2017!
Congratulations to Professor Hong He on the He Liang He li Foundation Science and Technology Innovation Award 2017!
Congratulations to Professor Hong He for winning the National Science and Technology Progress Award (Second Prize) 2014!
Congratulations to Professor Hong He for winning the National Technology Invention Award (Second Prize) 2011!
The 6th International Conference on Environmental Catalysis (6th ICEC) was held at Beijing from September 12 to September 15, 2010. The 6th ICEC received a total 475 submitted abstracts and welcomed 398 active participants came from 26 countries and regions. 133 oral presentations (including 16 keynote lectures) were arranged in 8 sessions. 10 participants from China, Germany, the Netherland, Italy and Turkey won the best posters award.


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  • Catalytic oxidation of indoor air pollutants at room temperature:reduce indoor air pollutions by catalysis technology to improve the indoor air quality
      Indoor air quality has a great effect on human health. Above 50% of all illnesses are caused by polluted indoor air. The effect of indoor air quality on health has received increasing concern in recent years. Therefore, it is of great interest to effectively control indoor air pollution. We developed a novel Pt/TiO2 catalyst for ambient HCHO oxidation, and subsequently we found that the addition of alkali metal ions could significantly promote the activity of the Pt/TiO2 catalyst by inducing atomically dispersed Pt species and opening a new low-temperature reaction pathway. New Air Cleaners equipped with the novel catalyst have been developed and put into the Chinese market. BTX (Benzene, Toluene, and Xylene), pathogenic microbes, ammonia, and ozone are also major contaminants in indoor air, thus removal of these pollutants from indoor air is also very important. We developed a series of efficient catalysts for BTX oxidation based on adsorption-catalysis, nonthermal plasma-catalysis, and electro-catalysis technologies. Photocatalytic or non-photocatalytic oxidation of ammonia has been investigated. The structure-activity relationships have been also elucidated. We have developed a series of Mn-based catalysts with high moisture resistance for ozone decomposition at room temperature at high space velocity. Catalytic sterilization was also studied in detail.

Group of Environmental Catalysis and Green Chemistry

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