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Name: Yongqiang XIONG (熊永强)
Position: Research Professor
Department: State Key Laboratory of Organic Geochemistry
Email: xiongyq@gig.ac.cn

Research

My research interests are mainly in the application of molecular and isotopic compositions of hydrocarbons to study origins and alterations of crude oil and natural gas. The current projects include the quantitative characterization of highly mature hydrocarbon source, and the development of novel methods and technologies for surface geochemical prospecting of petroleum. 
 

Research:

Recent Publications:
1. Liang Q. Y., Xiong Y. Q., Fang C. C., Li Y. 2011. Quantitative analysis of diamondoids in crude oils using gas chromatography – triple quadrupole mass spectrometry. Organic Geochemistry, doi: 10.1016/j.orggeochem.2011.10.008, in press.
2. Fang C. C., Xiong Y. Q., Liang Q. Y., Li Y., Peng P. A. 2011. Optimization of headspace single-drop microextraction technique for extraction of light hydrocarbons (C6-C12) and its potential applications. Organic Geochemistry, 42: 316-322.
3. Li Y., Xiong Y. Q., Fang C. C., Liang Q. Y., Zhang J. R., Peng P. A. 2011. A new application of headspace single-drop microextraction technique for compound-specific carbon isotopic determination of gasoline-range hydrocarbons. Organic Geochemistry, 42: 559-565.
4. Xiong Y. Q., Wu F. C., Fang J.D., Wang L.F., Li Y., Liao H. Q. 2010. Organic geochemical record of environmental changes in Lake Dianchi, China. Journal of Paleolimnology, 44: 217-231.
5. Li Y., Xiong Y. Q., Liang Q.Y., Fang C. C., Wang C. J. 2010. Application of headspace single drop microextraction coupled with gas chromatography for the determination of short chain fatty acids in RuO4 oxidation products of asphaltenes. Journal of chromatography A, 1217, 22: 3561-3566.
6. Li Y., Xiong Y. Q., Yang W. Y., Xie Y. L., Li S. Y and Sun Y. G. 2009. Compound-specific stable carbon isotopic composition of petroleum hydrocarbons as a tool for tracing the source of oil spills. Marine pollution bulletin, 58: 114-117.
7. Li Y., Xiong Y. Q.,Fang J.D., Wang L.F., Liang Q.Y. 2009. Application of hollow fiber liquid-phase microextraction in identification of oil spill sources. Journal of chromatography A, 1216, 34: 6155-6161.
8. Li Y., Xiong Y. Q. 2009. Identification and quantification of mixed sources of oil spills based on distributions and isotope profiles of long-chain n-alkanes. Marine pollution bulletin, 58: 1868-1873.
9. Zhang H. Z., Geng A. S., Xiong Y. Q., Liu J. Z., Liu J. P. 2008. Closed-system programmed-temperature pyrolysis on n-octadecane: implications for the conversion of oil to gas. Geochemical Journal, 42: 403-412.
10. Wang T. S., Geng A. S., Xiong Y. Q., Geng X. H. (2007) Mass balance calculation of the pyrolysates generated from marine crude oil: a prediction model of oil cracking gas resources based on solid bitumen in reservoir. Chinese Science Bulletin. 52, 1532-1539.
11. Xiong Y. Q., Wang Y. Q., Wang Y. M. (2007) Selective chemical degradation of kerogen from Nenjiang Formation of the southern Songliao Basin. Science in China Series D: Earth Science. 50, 1504-1509.
12. Xiong Y. Q., Wang Y. M., Wang Y. Q., Xu S. P. (2007) Compound-specific C- and H-isotope compositions of enclosed organic matter in carbonate rocks: Implications for source identification of sedimentary organic matter and paleoenvironmental reconstruction. Applied geochemistry, 22, 2553-2565.