Qingxia Chad Liu
Qingxia Chad Liu
Professor of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Alberta
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Carbon capture and storage using alkaline industrial wastes
ER Bobicki, Q Liu, Z Xu, H Zeng
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science 38 (2), 302-320, 2012
Shape-Dependent Electrocatalytic Reduction of CO2 to CO on Triangular Silver Nanoplates
S Liu, H Tao, L Zeng, Q Liu, Z Xu, Q Liu, JL Luo
Journal of the American Chemical Society 139 (6), 2160-2163, 2017
Highly regenerable mussel-inspired Fe3O4@ polydopamine-Ag core–shell microspheres as catalyst and adsorbent for methylene blue removal
Y Xie, B Yan, H Xu, J Chen, Q Liu, Y Deng, H Zeng
ACS applied materials & interfaces 6 (11), 8845-8852, 2014
Current state of fine mineral tailings treatment: a critical review on theory and practice
C Wang, D Harbottle, Q Liu, Z Xu
Minerals Engineering 58, 113-131, 2014
A novel two-step silica-coating process for engineering magnetic nanocomposites
Q Liu, Z Xu, JA Finch, R Egerton
Chemistry of materials 10 (12), 3936-3940, 1998
Highly Stable and Efficient Catalyst with In Situ Exsolved Fe–Ni Alloy Nanospheres Socketed on an Oxygen Deficient Perovskite for Direct CO2 Electrolysis
S Liu, Q Liu, JL Luo
ACS Catalysis 6 (9), 6219-6228, 2016
Water-dispersible magnetic nanoparticle–graphene oxide composites for selenium removal
Y Fu, J Wang, Q Liu, H Zeng
Carbon 77, 710-721, 2014
Silanation and stability of 3-aminopropyl triethoxy silane on nanosized superparamagnetic particles: I. Direct silanation
Z Xu, Q Liu, JA Finch
Applied Surface Science 120 (3-4), 269-278, 1997
QCM-D study of nanoparticle interactions
Q Chen, S Xu, Q Liu, J Masliyah, Z Xu
Advances in colloid and interface science 233, 94-114, 2016
Measuring forces and spatiotemporal evolution of thin water films between an air bubble and solid surfaces of different hydrophobicity
C Shi, X Cui, L Xie, Q Liu, DYC Chan, JN Israelachvili, H Zeng
ACS nano 9 (1), 95-104, 2015
Synthesis of interfacially active and magnetically responsive nanoparticles for multiphase separation applications
J Peng, Q Liu, Z Xu, J Masliyah
Advanced Functional Materials 22 (8), 1732-1740, 2012
Problematic stabilizing films in petroleum emulsions: Shear rheological response of viscoelastic asphaltene films and the effect on drop coalescence
D Harbottle, Q Chen, K Moorthy, L Wang, S Xu, Q Liu, J Sjoblom, Z Xu
Langmuir 30 (23), 6730-6738, 2014
Novel magnetic demulsifier for water removal from diluted bitumen emulsion
J Peng, Q Liu, Z Xu, J Masliyah
Energy & Fuels 26 (5), 2705-2710, 2012
Interaction Mechanism of Oil-in-Water Emulsions with Asphaltenes Determined using Droplet Probe AFM
C Shi, L Zhang, L Xie, X Lu, Q Liu, CA Mantilla, FGA van den Berg, ...
Langmuir 32 (10), 2302-2310, 2016
Probing the hydrophobic interaction between air bubbles and partially hydrophobic surfaces using atomic force microscopy
C Shi, DYC Chan, Q Liu, H Zeng
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (43), 25000-25008, 2014
Oxidant-Induced High-Efficient Mussel-Inspired Modification on PVDF Membrane with Superhydrophilicity and Underwater Superoleophobicity Characteristics for Oil/Water Separation
C Luo, Q Liu
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 9 (9), 8297-8307, 2017
Self-assembled monolayer coatings on nanosized magnetic particles using 16-mercaptohexadecanoic acid
Q Liu, Z Xu
Langmuir 11 (12), 4617-4622, 1995
Reduction of water/oil interfacial tension by model asphaltenes: the governing role of surface concentration
C Jian, MR Poopari, Q Liu, N Zerpa, H Zeng, T Tang
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 120 (25), 5646-5654, 2016
Understanding molecular interactions of asphaltenes in organic solvents using a surface force apparatus
A Natarajan, J Xie, S Wang, Q Liu, J Masliyah, H Zeng, Z Xu
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 115 (32), 16043-16051, 2011
Surface interaction of water-in-oil emulsion droplets with interfacially active asphaltenes
C Shi, L Zhang, L Xie, X Lu, Q Liu, J He, CA Mantilla, FGA Van den Berg, ...
Langmuir 33 (5), 1265-1274, 2017
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