My teaching method is to give examples related to everything such as history, politics, food etc. Students are the people who give examples so that they can maintain interest in there. Meanwhile, students are encouraged to learn pinyin systematically so that they can know how to pronounce characters.
I am a student currently studying chemistry at Imperial College, but I am also familiar with mandrin and Wu language (a dialect at eastern China), as well as ancient Chinese poetries. This is my first time to try to teach Chinese though.
The lessons will only take place at weekends
TEL： +(concealed information)273 (concealed information)
Male, Han Chinese nationality
Research of interests
My interests are in sustainable chemistry, energy and inorganic chemistry such as water splitting, biofuels, solar cells and catalysis.
Currently, I have an ongoing project on the catalytic hydrogenation of carbon dioxide by iron pincer complexes under the supervision of Dr Andy Ashely and Dr Mark F. Chadwick.
A passionate, diligent and communicative man with abundant team experience, excellent learning ability, and personal critical thinking
Imperial College London
Major: Mres Green Chemistry
University of Liverpool
Major: BSc Chemistry (2:1) >65
Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU)
assist senior workers to do some installation
Member of buddy program in XJTLU
responsible for playing host to international students and helped them with their entry and bank procedures
responsible for taking them to be familiar with Suzhou and China and help them get used to Chinese culture
via talking with them, English speaking get promoted
Analyst in Macroocean
test resins for basic characteristics such as viscosity and Tg
learned the main features of polyols and applications of them
I found materials are really profitable products in the market
lab intern in Pentair Water
responsible for using machines and titration to test the quality of water and the quality of the cartridge
learned the basic knowledge of water quality including many special variables such as COD, hardness, alkalinity, PH, etc.
learned to use new machines such as atomic graphite furnace spectrometer, ion-exchange spectrometer, and rotational viscometer
Language Level: no problem for communication in English (ielts 7)
Computer: Microsoft office; spartan, topspin, gNMR, chembiodraw, Python etc.
Other practical skills:
In Liverpool, I was dedicated to do three main chemistry aspects which are Organic, inorganic and physical chemistry. And my final year project was Synthesisis of Pyrrolidinecarboxylic Acid by Homoconjugate Addition.
The skills for using IR, Raman, H-NMR, P-NMR and other characterizing tools were developed
The abilities of characterization are developed including the aforementioned techniques, Mass spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction and further fingerprints.
A lot of individual and groups presentations have been delivered.
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