Year2013 & bef.

Before 2008

1.   Huang, R. J., Zhuang, Z. X., Tai, Y., Wang, X. R., Lee, F. S. C.: Direct analysis of mercury in traditional Chinese medicines using thermolysis coupled with on-line atomic absorption spectrometry, Talanta, 68, 728-734, 2006.

2.  Yang, H. L., Huang, R. J., Wang, Y. R., Wang, X. R.: Analysis of chlorophyll in plant leaves using solid–phase microextraction coupled with ultraviolet–visible absorption spectroscopy, Journal of Xiamen University (Natural Science) (in Chinese), 45, 522-524, 2006.

3.   Huang, R. J., Zhuang, Z. X., Yang, M. F., Zhang, S. Q., Wang, X. R.: Pyrolysis coupled with atomic absorption spectrometry for the determination of mercury in hair, Journal of Instrumental Analysis (in Chinese), 24, 93-95, 2005.

4.  Huang, R. J., Zhuang, Z. X., Zhang, S. Q., Shen, J. C., Wang, X. R.: Determination of mercury in Chinese medicinal material and biological samples using pyrolysis atomic absorption spectrometry, Spectrosc. Spect. Anal., 25, 1708-1710, 2005.

5.  Huang, R. J., Zhuang, Z. X., Wang Y. R., Wang, X. R., Lee, F. S. C.: An analytical study of bioaccumulation and the binding forms of mercury in rat body using thermolysis coupled with atomic absorption spectrometry, Anal. Chim. Acta, 538, 313-321, 2005.


6.  Huang, R. J., Hoffmann, T.: Development of a coupled diffusion denuder system combined with gas chromatography/mass spectrometry for the separation and quantification of molecular iodine and the activated iodine compounds iodine monochloride and hypoiodous acid in the marine atmosphere, Anal. Chem., ASAP article, 81, 1777-1783, 2009.

7.   Huang, R. J., Hoffmann, T.: A denuder–impinger system with in situ derivatization followed by gas chromatography–mass spectrometry for the determination of gaseous iodine-containing halogen species, J. Chromatogr. A, 1210, 135-141, 2008.


8.  Huang, R. J., Seitz, K., Neary, T., O’Dowd, C. D., Platt, U., Hoffmann T.: Observations of high concentrations of I2 and IO in coastal air supporting iodine-oxide driven coastal new particle formation, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L03803, 2010.

9.   Huang, R. J., Seitz, K., Buxmann, J., Hornsby, K. E., Carpenter, L. J., Platt, U., Hoffmann, T.: In situ measurements of molecular iodine in the marine boundary layer: the link to macroalgal species and the implications for O3, IO, OIO and NOx, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 10, 4823-4833, 2010.

10.  Huang, R. J., Hou, X. L., Hoffmann, T.: Extensive evaluation of a diffusion denuder for the quantification of atmospheric stable and radioactive molecular iodine, Environ. Sci. Technol., 44, 5061-5066, 2010.

11.   Huang, R. J., Hoffmann, T.: Diffusion technique for the generation of gaseous halogen standards, J. Chromatogr. A, 1217, 2065-2069, 2010.



12.   Hoffmann, T., Huang, R. J., Kalberer, M.: Atmospheric analytical chemistry, Anal. Chem., Invited Review Article, 83, 4649-4664, 2011.

13.   Smyth, P. P. A., Burns, R., Huang, R. J., Hoffmann, T., Mullan, K., Graham, U., Seitz, K., Platt, U., O’Dowd, C.: Does iodine gas released from seaweed contribute to dietary iodine intake? Environ. Geochem. Hlth., 33, 389-397, 2011.



14.   Atkinson, H. M., Huang, R. J., Chance, R., Roscoe, H. K., Hughes, C., Davison, B., Schönhardt, A., Mahajan, A. S., Saiz-Lopez, A., Hoffmann, T., Liss, P. S.: Iodine emissions from the sea ice of the Weddell Sea. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12, 11229-11244, 2012.

15.  Kundel, M., Huang, R. J., Thorenz, U. R., Bosle, J., Mann, M. J. D., Ries, M., Hoffmann, T.: Application of time-of-flight aerosol mass spectrometry for the online measurement of gaseous molecular iodine. Anal. Chem., 84, 1439-1445, 2012.

16.   Kundel, M., Thorenz, U. R., Petersen, J. H., Huang, R. J., Bings, N. H., Hoffmann, T.: Application of mass spectrometric techniques for the trace analysis of short-lived iodine-containing volatiles emitted by seaweed. Anal. Bioanal. Chem., 402, 3345-3357, 2012.



17.      Huang, R. J.*, Thorenz, U. R., Kundel, M., Venables, D. S., Ceburnis, D., Ho. K. F., Chen, J., Vogel, A. L., Kupper, F. C., Smyth, P. P. A., Nitschke, U., Stengel, D. B., Berresheim, H., O’Dowd, C. D., Hoffmann, T.: The seaweeds Fucus vesiculosus and Ascophyllum nodosum are significant contributors to coastal iodine emissions. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 13, 5255-5264, 2013.