Professor of Chemistry

Phone: (86)27-87558221


Academic Areas: Material Physics and Chemistry

Guo Xingpeng is the Professor of materials chemistry at School of Chem. and Chem. Engi., HUST. His research relates to the fields of material science, surface science, and physics and chemistry. He focuses on materials corrosion such as corrosion electrochemistry, theory and application of corrosion inhibitors, MEMS corrosion, corrosion and protection in Petroleum and natural gas industries. He is widely published in the leading scholarly journals in electrochemistry and materials corrosion. He taught the courses of electrochemistry principle and method, Materials corrosion, and engineering chemistry. He serves as vice-president of Chinese society of corrosion and protection (CSCP), Chairman of the committee of corrosion inhibitors of CSCP, vice-president of Hubei society of corrosion and protection, council member of the Hubei Provincial society of chemistry and chemical engineering, Deputy Chairman of Scientific Committee of Hubei Key Laboratory of Materials Chemistry and Service Failure.

Academic Degrees

PhD in Fundamental Science and Technology, 1996, Niigata University (Japan); 
MA in Applied Chemistry, 1985, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (China);
BA in Corrosion and Protection, 1982, Hunan University (China)

Professional Experience

School of Chem. and Chem. Engi., HUST, Professor (1999-present);

Technical Research Center, Teikoku Oil Co. Ltd (Tokyo), Researcher (1996-1999);

Department of Chemistry, HUST, Lecturer (1987-1991); Department of Chemistry, HUST, Teaching assistant (1985-1987).

Selected Publications

1. Corrosion of conductive polypyrrole: Effects of possibly formed galvanic cells: CORROSION SCIENCE, 2014, Vol. 80, 318-330.
2. In situ study the dependence of electrochemical migration of tin on chloride: ELECTROCHEMISTRY COMMUNICATIONS, 2013, Vol. 27, 63-68.
3. The corrosion of tin under thin electrolyte layers containing chloride: CORROSION SCIENCE, 2013, Vol. 66, 14-25.
4. Corrosion of conductive polypyrrole: Effects of environmental factors, electrochemical stimulation, and doping anions: CORROSION SCIENCE, 2012, Vol. 60, 50-58.
5. The crevice corrosion behaviour of stainless steel in sodium chloride solution: CORROSION SCIENCE, 2011, Vol. 53, 4065-4072.
6. Inhibition effect of inorganic and organic inhibitors on the corrosion of Mg-10Gd-3Y-0.5Zr alloy in an ethylene glycol solution at ambient and elevated temperatures: ELECTROCHIMICA ACTA, 2011, Vol. 56, 10166-10178.
7. The effects of Cl- ion concentration and relative humidity on atmospheric corrosion behaviour of PCB-Cu under adsorbed thin electrolyte layer: CORROSION SCIENCE, 2011, Vol. 53, 1230-1236.
8. Crevice corrosion of Q235 carbon steels in a solution of NaHCO3 and NaCl: CORROSION SCIENCE, 2010, Vol. 52, 1205-1212.
9. Influence of Doping Anions on the Ion Exchange Behavior of Polypyrrole: JOURNAL OF APPLIED POLYMER SCIENCE, 2009, Vol. 114, 2307-2314.
10. Cluster and discriminant analysis of electrochemical noise statistical parameters: ELECTROCHIMICA ACTA, 2009, Vol. 54, 2218-2223.

Courses Taught

Electrochemistry principle and method;
Materials corrosion;
Engineering chemistry
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