Contribution to Book
Microbial Fuel Cell
Environmental damage, depleting fossil fuels and energy security are major factors driving intensive research efforts to develop carbon neutral or carbon negative technologies which can be used to produce electricity and chemicals. Technologies under development to achieve this goal include those based on bioelectrochemical, biological, thermal and chemical processes. Evolving technologies employing biological as well as electrochemical principles are grouped in the bioelectrochemical systems (BESs) category. The main focus of this chapter is on biocathodes used in BESs.
Prakasam, V.; Bagh, S. G. F.; Ray, S.; Fifield, Bre-Anne; Porter, Lisa A.; and Lalman, Jerald A., "Role of Biocathodes in Bioelectrochemical Systems" (2017). Microbial Fuel Cell, 165-187.
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