Feng Bin, Chonglin Song,et al. Soot low-temperature combustion on Cu-Zr/ZSM-5 catalysts in O2/He and NO/O2/He atmospheres, The Proceedings of The Combustion Institute, 2013, 34 (2): 2303–2311.
 Feng Bin, Chonglin Song,et al. Characterization of the NO-soot combustion process over La0.8Ce0.2Mn0.7Bi0.3O3 catalyst, 35th International Symposium on Combustion, 2014, Oral presentation.
Feng Bin, Xiaolin Wei, Bo Li, et al. Self-sustained combustion of carbon monoxide promoted by the Cu-Ce/ZSM-5 catalyst in CO/O2/N2 atmosphere, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 2015, 162 282–288.
 Feng Bin, Chonglin Song,et al. Selective catalytic reduction of nitric oxide with ammonia over zirconium-doped copper/ZSM-5 catalysts, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 2014, 150-151 (5): 532-543.
 Feng Bin, Chonglin Song,et al. Structural characterization and selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxides with ammonia: a comparison between Co/ZSM‑5 and Co/SBA-15, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2012, 116 (50): 26262–26274.
 Baojuan Dou, Feng Bin*, et al. Discharge characteristics and abatement of volatile organic compounds using plasma reactor packed with ceramic Raschig rings, Journal of Electrostatics, 2013, 71 (5): 939–944.
 Feng Bin, Chong-Lin Song, et al. Simultaneous removals of NOx, HC and PM from diesel exhaust emissions by dielectric barrier discharges. Journal of hazardous materials, 2009, 166 (1): 523–530.
 Feng Bin, Chong-Lin Song, et al. La1-xKxCoO3 and LaCo1-yFeyO3 perovskite oxides: Preparation, characterization, and catalytic performance in the simultaneous removal of NOx and diesel soot. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2011, 50 (11): 6660–6667.
Gang Lv, Feng Bin, et al. Promoting effect of zirconium doping on Mn/ZSM-5 for the selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3, Fuel, 2013 (107): 217–224.
 Jinou Song, Chong-Lin Song, Gang Lv, Feng Bin, Modification to Nagle/Strickland-constable model with consideration of soot nanostructure effects. Combustion Theory and Modelling, 2012 16 (4): 639–649.
 Feng Bin,Jian Li, et al. Destruction of formaldehyde with non-thermal plasma. Chinese-German-Polish Symposium on Environmental Engineer, Beijing, 2006, 1–6.