Haijun Zhang

Ph.D., Assistant Professor


Haijun Zhang received a B.S. degree from Lanzhou  University in 1999. He then joined the group of Prof. Rudong Yang and studied for a Ph.D. degree in inorganic chemistry. After obtained the Ph.D. degree in 2008, he became an assistant professor of inorganic chemistry at Lanzhou  University. His current research interests focus on synthesis and characterization of functional inorganic materials used in energy conversion and storage area.

Representative Publications

1. Z. Xu, H. Zhang, R. Wang, W. Gui, G. Liu, and Y. Yang. Systemic and Direct Production of Battery-Grade Lithium Carbonate from a Saline  Lake. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2014, 53, 16502−16507.

2. W. Gui, H. Zhang, Q. Liu, X. Zhu, Y. Yang. Recovery of Th(IV) from acid leaching solutions of bastnaesite at low concentrations. Hydrometallurgy, 2014, 147−148, 157−163.

3. H. Yang, J. Zhang, S. Kumar, H. Zhang, R. Yang, J. Fang and S. Zou. Monodisperse and Highly Active PtNi Nanoparticles for O2 Reduction. Electrochemistry Communications, 2009, 11(12): 2278-2281.


Room 3021, the Old Chemistry Building






1999-2003,Lanzhou University,B.S.

2003-2008,Lanzhou University,Ph.D.