Chun-hua Huang

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Halogenated quinones (XQ) are a class of carcinogenic intermediates and newly identified chlorination disinfection byproducts in drinking water. Organic hydroperoxides (ROOH) can be produced both by(More)
The classic Lossen rearrangement is a well-known reaction describing the transformation of an O-activated hydroxamic acid into the corresponding isocyanate. In this study, we found that chlorinated(More)
2,6-Dibromohydroquinone (2,6-DBrHQ) has been identified as an reactive metabolite of many brominated phenolic environmental pollutants such as tetrabromobisphenol-A (TBBPA), bromoxynil and(More)
We have shown recently that halogenated quinones could enhance the decomposition of hydroperoxides and formation of alkoxyl/hydroxyl radicals through a metal-independent mechanism. However, neither(More)