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Chia-Ming Chang Assistant Professor
 
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Professor
 
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TEL:886-4-22840373 ext. 3211 or 3213
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Environmental Molecular and Electromagnetic Physics Laboratory
 
 
Research Program

• Environmental Molecular and Electromagnetic Physics Laboratory

Education

• Ph.D. National Taiwan University (1997), Soil Chemical Physics

Professional Positions

• National Chung Hsing University , Associate Professor (2004 – )
• The Chinese Society of Soil and Fertilizer Society, Soil and Environment, Deputy Editor (2002 – 2003)
• National Chung Hsing University , Assistant Professor (2000 – 2004)
• National Taiwan University , Postdoctoral Research Associate (1999 – 2000)

Awards/Honors/Service

• 2005-2006 Who'sWho in Science and Engineering
• 2006 Who'sWho in the World

Membership in Academic, Professional and Scholarly Societies and Related Activities

• The Chinese Society of Soil and Fertilizer Society

Current Research Topics

• The Chinese Society of Soil and Fertilizer Society
• Adsorptive and Catalytic Characteristics Study of the Naturally and Synthetically Magnetic Separable Materials and Their Applications on the Contaminated Soil and Groundwater Remediation (NSC)
• Development and Study on the Safe and Controlled Release Formulations of Diuron Herbicide and Carbofuran Pesticide (COA)

Publications
  1. W. H. Kuan, Ming K. Wang*, P. M. Huang, C. W. Wu, Chia M. Chang and S. L. Wang. 2005. Effect of citric acid on aluminum hydrolytic speciation. Water Research 39:3457-3466. (SCI Journal)
  2. Chia M. Chang *, Ya J. Wang, C. Lin and Ming K. Wang. 2004. Novel predicting methods for the removal of divalent metal ions by magnetite/amorphous iron oxide composite systems. Colloids and Surface A 234:1-7. (SCI Journal)
  3. Abaraham F. Jalbout and Chia M. Chang *. 2004. A simple rule for determining ferromagnetism based on direct exchange energies. J. Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 278:342-347. (SCI Journal)
  4. Abaraham F. Jalbout, Chia M. Chang * and M. Solimannejad. 2004. Analytical potential energy function and vibrational spectra of OPSCN: density functional theory calculations. J. Mol. Struct. (Theochem) 676:119-125. (SCI Journal)
  5. Abaraham F. Jalbout, Chia M. Chang *, A. Galano and M. Solimannejad. 2004. Rate coefficient and mechanism of the gas phase OPSCN -> OPNCS isomerization: a density functional theory study. J. Mol. Struct. (Theochem) 676:127-132. (SCI Journal)
  6. D. S. Yang, Ming K. Wang*, Chia M. Chang , H. S. Sheu and B. J. Huang. 2003. Synthesis of lithiophorite in high alkaline conditions. J. Chin. Chem. Soc. 50:985-990. (SCI Journal)
  7. Chia M. Chang *, Abaraham F. Jalbout and C. Lin. 2003. Novel descriptors based on density functional theory for predicting divalent metal ions adsorbed onto silica --- disiloxane cluster model study. J. Mol. Struct. (Theochem) 664-665:27-35. (SCI Journal)
  8. Chia M. Chang *, Abaraham F. Jalbout, Ming K. Wang and C. Lin. 2003. A unified model for predicting the mononuclear first- to fifth-order and the polynuclear hydrolysis constants of metal cations. J. Mol. Struct. (Theochem) 664-665:21-26. (SCI Journal)
  9. Chia M. Chang *. 2003. Unified linear predicting models for the essential reactions of metal ions in aquatic and surface systems. J. Phys. Chem. B 107:5190-5193. (SCI Journal)
  10. Chia M. Chang *. 2003. Linear atomization energy relationships for seven aqueous reactions of metal cations. J. Mol. Struct. (Theochem) 623:127-134. (SCI Journal)
  11. Chia M. Chang *. 2003. Frontier-molecular-orbital correlations for the acidity constants in aqueous metal ions. J. Mol. Struct. (Theochem) 622:249-255. (SCI Journal)
  12. Abaraham F. Jalbout and Chia M. Chang *. 2003. The H 2 CO potential energy surface: advanced ab initio and density functional theory study. J. Mol. Struct. (Theochem) 634:127-135. (SCI Journal)
Teaching

• Environmental Molecular Physics
• Water Physics
• Environmental and Biological Electromagnetism
• Soil Hydrology
• Soil Physics

Research Areas

• Environmental Molecular Science
• Environmental Electromagnetism
• Environmental Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

 
 
 
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