Yinghua Qiu, Ph.D.

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2018-2019 Chemistry University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 
Area:
Nanofluidics and Nanosensors
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Zuzanna Siwy grad student 2014-2016 UC Irvine
 (joint-educated Ph.D student)
Henry S. White post-doc 2018-2019 University of Utah, Salt Lake City
 (Postdoc)
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Ma J, Li K, Li Z, et al. (2019) Drastically reduced ion mobility in a nanopore due to enhanced pairing and collisions between dehydrated ions. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Qiu Y, Siwy ZS, Wanunu M. (2018) Abnormal Ionic-Current Rectification Caused by Reversed Electroosmotic Flow under Viscosity Gradients across Thin Nanopores. Analytical Chemistry
Li Z, Qiu Y, Li K, et al. (2018) Optimal design of graphene nanopores for seawater desalination. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 148: 014703
Qiu Y, Siwy Z. (2017) Probing charges on solid-liquid interfaces with the resistive-pulse technique. Nanoscale
Hinkle P, Westerhof TM, Qiu Y, et al. (2017) A hybrid resistive pulse-optical detection platform for microfluidic experiments. Scientific Reports. 7: 10173
Qiu Y, Lucas RA, Siwy ZS. (2017) Viscosity and Conductivity Tunable Diode-like Behavior for Meso- and Micropores. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 3846-3852
Qiu Y, Lin CY, Hinkle P, et al. (2016) Highly Charged Particles Cause a Larger Current Blockage in Micropores Compared to Neutral Particles. Acs Nano
Qiu Y, Ma J, Chen Y. (2016) Ionic Behavior in Highly Concentrated Aqueous Solutions Nanoconfined between Discretely Charged Silicon Surfaces. Langmuir : the Acs Journal of Surfaces and Colloids
Qiu Y, Vlassiouk I, Chen Y, et al. (2016) Direction Dependence of Resistive-Pulse Amplitude in Conically Shaped Mesopores. Analytical Chemistry
Qiu Y, Vlassiouk I, Hinkle P, et al. (2016) Role of Particle Focusing in Resistive-Pulse Technique: Direction-Dependent Velocity in Micropores. Acs Nano
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