Chao Li
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A stratified redox model for the Ediacaran ocean
C Li, GD Love, TW Lyons, DA Fike, AL Sessions, X Chu
Science 328 (5974), 80-83, 2010
4742010
Widespread iron-rich conditions in the mid-Proterozoic ocean
NJ Planavsky, P McGoldrick, CT Scott, C Li, CT Reinhard, AE Kelly, X Chu, ...
Nature 477 (7365), 448-451, 2011
3502011
Molecular and carbon and hydrogen isotopic composition of n-alkanes in plant leaf waxes
X Bi, G Sheng, X Liu, C Li, J Fu
Organic geochemistry 36 (10), 1405-1417, 2005
2862005
Large-scale fluctuations in Precambrian atmospheric and oceanic oxygen levels from the record of U in shales
CA Partin, A Bekker, NJ Planavsky, CT Scott, BC Gill, C Li, V Podkovyrov, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 369, 284-293, 2013
2692013
Biocatalytic promiscuity: the first lipase-catalysed asymmetric aldol reaction
C Li, XW Feng, N Wang, YJ Zhou, XQ Yu
Green Chemistry 10 (6), 616-618, 2008
2172008
Lipase-catalysed direct Mannich reaction in water: utilization of biocatalytic promiscuity for C–C bond formation in a “one-pot” synthesis
K Li, T He, C Li, XW Feng, N Wang, XQ Yu
Green Chemistry 11 (6), 777-779, 2009
1822009
Mechanisms of microbial carbon sequestration in the ocean–future research directions
N Jiao, C Robinson, F Azam, H Thomas, F Baltar, H Dang, ...
Biogeosciences 11 (19), 5285-5306, 2014
1372014
A highly redox-heterogeneous ocean in South China during the early Cambrian (∼ 529–514 Ma): Implications for biota-environment co-evolution
C Jin, C Li, TJ Algeo, NJ Planavsky, H Cui, X Yang, Y Zhao, X Zhang, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 441, 38-51, 2016
1322016
Does pyrite act as an important host for molybdenum in modern and ancient euxinic sediments?
A Chappaz, TW Lyons, DD Gregory, CT Reinhard, BC Gill, C Li, RR Large
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 126, 112-122, 2014
1202014
A sulfate control on marine mid-depth euxinia on the early Cambrian (ca. 529–521 Ma) Yangtze platform, South China
L Feng, C Li, J Huang, H Chang, X Chu
Precambrian Research 246, 123-133, 2014
1192014
Distribution of natural and anthropogenic thallium in the soils in an industrial pyrite slag disposing area
C Yang, Y Chen, C Li, X Chang, C Xie
Science of the Total Environment 341 (1-3), 159-172, 2005
1162005
Evidence for a redox stratified Cryogenian marine basin, Datangpo Formation, South China
C Li, GD Love, TW Lyons, CT Scott, L Feng, J Huang, H Chang, Q Zhang, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 331, 246-256, 2012
1092012
Lipase-catalysed decarboxylative aldol reaction and decarboxylative Knoevenagel reaction
XW Feng, C Li, N Wang, K Li, WW Zhang, Z Wang, XQ Yu
Green chemistry 11 (12), 1933-1936, 2009
792009
Redox classification and calibration of redox thresholds in sedimentary systems
TJ Algeo, C Li
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 287, 8-26, 2020
762020
Hydrogen-isotopic variability in lipids from Santa Barbara Basin sediments
C Li, AL Sessions, FS Kinnaman, DL Valentine
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73 (16), 4803-4823, 2009
762009
A molecular and isotopic geochemical study of Meso-to Neoproterozoic (1.73–0.85 Ga) sediments from the Jixian section, Yanshan Basin, North China
C Li, G Sheng, J Fu, Y Yan
Precambrian Research 125 (3-4), 337-356, 2003
732003
Trace element transformations and partitioning during the roasting of pyrite ores in the sulfuric acid industry
C Yang, Y Chen, C Li, X Chang, Y Wu
Journal of Hazardous Materials 167 (1-3), 835-845, 2009
712009
A high-resolution summary of Cambrian to Early Triassic marine invertebrate biodiversity
J Fan, S Shen, DH Erwin, PM Sadler, N MacLeod, Q Cheng, X Hou, ...
Science 367 (6475), 272-277, 2020
682020
Utilization of biocatalytic promiscuity for direct Mannich reaction
T He, K Li, MY Wu, XW Feng, N Wang, HY Wang, C Li, XQ Yu
Journal of molecular catalysis B: Enzymatic 67 (3-4), 189-194, 2010
652010
Coupled oceanic oxygenation and metazoan diversification during the early–middle Cambrian?
C Li, C Jin, NJ Planavsky, TJ Algeo, M Cheng, X Yang, Y Zhao, S Xie
Geology 45 (8), 743-746, 2017
632017
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