Hejiu Hui is a professor at Nanjing University (Nanjing, China). He received his PhD from University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, USA). His research interests are in using petrology (including experimental petrology) and geochemistry to understand the physical and chemical processes of early planetary magmatism. His recent research focuses on using geochemistry of lunar and other meteorites and experimental petrology to constrain planetary differentiation. He also works on water in terrestrial mantle aiming to investigate craton stability and mantle geodynamics.
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|(2019) Sulfur Isotopes of Pyrite in Meteorite NWA 7533 and Early Oxygenation Event on Martian Atmosphere
Shang S, Hui H, Yang W, Hu S, Hao J, Zhang J, Wei Y, Lin Y, Cui J, Li S, Li Y & Zeng X
Goldschmidt2016: The Shen-Su Sun Award