Dr. Yongpeng Yang
Dr. Yongpeng Yang received his bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering and Technology in Beijing University of Chemical Technology in 2012, and Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering and Technology in Beijing University of Chemical Technology in 2017. He has been at Zhengzhou University (Zhengzhou, China) as a postdoctor since July 2017.
Evolution mechanisms of metallic nanoparticles under reaction conditions.
 Yongpeng Yang, Ping Cheng, Shiping Huang*, Theoretical Study on the Catalysis Effect of Platinum Cluster during Carbon Monoxide Polymer Growth. Chemistryselect, 2017, 2(6): 2150-2158.
 Yongpeng Yang, Ping Cheng, Shiping Huang*, Unraveling the roles of iron in stabilizing the defective graphene-supported Pt-Fe bimetallic nanoparticles. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 2016, 688: 1172-1180.
 Yongpeng Yang, Ping Cheng, Shengli Zhang, Shiping Huang*, Theoretical insights into the CO dimerization and trimerization on Pt nanocluster. RSC Advances, 2016, 6(6): 4354-4364.
 Yongpeng Yang, Xiangming Wu, Chuan Liu, Shiping Huang*, Density Functional Theory Study of Neutral and Singly-Charged (NaBH4)n (n=1-6) Nanoclusters. Chemical Physics, 2014, 443(1): 45–52.
 Sha Li, Yongpeng Yang, Shiping Huang*, O2 adsorption and dissociation on the Pd13-nNin@Pt42 (n = 0, 1, 12, and 13) tri-metallic nanoparticles: A DFT study. Applied Surface Science, 2017, 410: 291-298.
 Ping Cheng, Yongpeng Yang, Shiping Huang*, Theoretical insights into the interaction between RunPt13-n (n = 4, 7 and 9) clusters and [BMIM]+ based ionic liquids: Effect of anion. Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling, 2017, 74: 117-124.
 Sha Li, Yongpeng Yang, Shiping Huang*, Theoretical insights into the relationship between structures and properties in tri-metallic Pd13-nNin@Pt42 (n= 0–13) nanoparticles. Computational and Theoretical Chemistry, 2017, 1107: 94-101.
 Dongling Han, Yongpeng Yang, Ning Wang, Shiping Huang*, Tailoring the substitution on the surface of Fe13/Pt42 core–shell nanoparticles by Au atoms. Materials and Design, 2016, 92: 794-801.
 Ping Cheng, Yongpeng Yang, Nouman Ahmad, Shengli Zhang, Shiping Huang*, Ru55 nanoparticles catalyze the dissociation of H2O monomer and dimer to produce hydrogen: A comparative DFT study. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2016, 41(6): 3844-3853.
 Lixia Wang, Yongpeng Yang, Ning Wang, Shiping Huang*, Theoretical investigation of structural, electronic and magnetic properties for PtnNi55-n (n = 0–55) nanoparticles. Computational Materials Science, 2016, 117: 15-23.
Dr. Yongpeng Yang
Research center of hetergenous catalysis and engineering sciences
100 Science Avenue, Gaoxin District, Zhengzhou, Henan, 450001, China