Creating beads from chitosan with a powder incorporated into them will enable the removal of selenium in water treatment.
Qing Hua Wang
Qing Hua Wang is an assistant professor of materials science and engineering in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy at Arizona State University. She joined ASU in 2014.Her research interests also include scanning probe microscopy, optical spectroscopy, self-assembly and nanofabrication.
Total projects: 5
Composite Bricks from Fungus Mycelium and Carbon Nanomaterials for Sustainable Multi-functional Structures
Using nanomaterials in fungus mycelium composites to determine mechanical performance will help build more sustainable infrastructure.
Studying non-hazardous, water-based, flame-retardant coatings can make effective fire retardants more sustainable.
Studying light absorption from nanoscale, stacked semiconducting 2D materials will help in the development of electronic and optoelectronic devices.