Langping Wu

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Department of Isotope Biogeochemistry
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ
Permoserstrasse 15
04318 Leipzig

Langping Wu

Curriculum Vitae


Since May 2018 Research scientist at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ
Department of Isotope Biogeochemistry
March
2014
Ph.D. in Environmental Science
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Germany
Sep.
2011
M. Sc. in Environmental Engineering
University of Science and Technology Beijing, China
University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia
Sep.
2007
B.Sc. in Environmental Engineering
University of Science and Technology Beijing, China

Field of Expertise

  • Developing methods and concepts for isotope fractionation analysis
  • Characterizing bond cleavage mechanisms of organic contaminants in chemical and biological reactions by multi-element compound specific isotope analysis
  • Quantification of in situ degradation using multi isotope fractionation pattern
  • Reactive transport of persistent organic contaminants in the food web



Publications

  • Liu, J., Wu, L., Kümmel, S., Yao, J., Schaefer, T., Herrmann, H., Richnow, H.-H., (2018):
    Carbon and hydrogen stable isotope analysis for characterizing the chemical degradation of tributyl phosphate
    Chemosphere 212 , 133 - 142
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  • Passeport, E., Zhang, N., Wu, L., Herrmann, H., Lollar, B.S., Richnow, H.-H., (2018):
    Aqueous photodegradation of substituted chlorobenzenes: Kinetics, carbon isotope fractionation, and reaction mechanisms
    Water Res. 135 , 95 - 103
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  • Wu, L., Chládková, B., Lechtenfeld, O.J., Lian, S., Schindelka, J., Herrmann, H., Richnow, H.H., (2018):
    Characterizing chemical transformation of organophosphorus compounds by 13C and 2H stable isotope analysis
    Sci. Total Environ. 615 , 20 - 28
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  • Wu, L., Kümmel, S., Richnow, H.H., (2017):
    Validation of GC–IRMS techniques for δ13C and δ2H CSIA of organophosphorus compounds and their potential for studying the mode of hydrolysis in the environment
    Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 409 (10), 2581 - 2590
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  • Wu, L., Moses, S., Liu, Y., Renpenning, J., Richnow, H.H., (2019):
    A concept for studying the transformation reaction of Hexachlorocyclohexanes in food webs using multi-element compound-specific isotope analysis
    Anal. Chim. Acta 1064 , 56 - 64
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  • Wu, L., Verma, D., Bondgaard, M., Melvej, A., Vogt, C., Subudhi, S., Richnow, H.H., (2018):
    Carbon and hydrogen isotope analysis of parathion for characterizing its natural attenuation by hydrolysis at a contaminated site
    Water Res. 143 , 146 - 154
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  • Wu, L., Yao, J., Trebse, P., Zhang, N., Richnow, H.H., (2014):
    Compound specific isotope analysis of organophosphorus pesticides
    Chemosphere 111 , 458 - 463
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  • Zhang, D., Wu, L., Yao, J., Herrmann, H., Richnow, H.-H., (2018):
    Carbon and hydrogen isotope fractionation of phthalate esters during degradation by sulfate and hydroxyl radicals
    Chem. Eng. J. 347 , 111 - 118
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  • Zhang, D., Wu, L., Yao, J., Vogt, C., Richnow, H.-H., (2019):
    Carbon and hydrogen isotopic fractionation during abiotic hydrolysis and aerobic biodegradation of phthalate esters
    Sci. Total Environ. 660 , 559 - 566
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  • Wu, L.; Yao, J.; Jain, A. K.; Chandankere, R.; Duan, X.; Richnow, H. H. (2014): An efficient thermotolerant and halophilic biosurfactant-producing bacterium isolated from Dagang oil field for MEOR application. Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 7, 586-599



Theses

M.Sc. thesis: Compound specific isotope analysis of organophosphorus pesticides

Ph.D. thesis: Characterizing transformation processes of organic contaminants by multi-element isotope analysis – developing methods and proving concepts