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Municipal solid waste management and waste-to-energy in the context of a circular economy and energy recycling in Europe
Biophotovoltaics: oxygenic photosynthetic organisms in the world of bioelectrochemical systems
- A. McCormick, P. Bombelli, R. Bradley, Rebecca J Thorne, T. Wenzel, C. Howe
- Environmental Science
- 2 April 2015
The state-of-the-art for all light-harvesting BESs is discussed and a novel classification system is presented to illustrate how BPVs integrate into the broad fields of BES and photovoltaic research.
Porous ceramic anode materials for photo-microbial fuel cells
This study focuses on porous ceramics as a promising new type of anode material for photo-microbial fuel cells (p-MFCs). The anodes were made from titanium dioxide and chemical vapour deposition was…
Global Sources and Pathways of Mercury in the Context of Human Health
- K. Sundseth, J. Pacyna, E. Pacyna, N. Pirrone, Rebecca J Thorne
- Environmental ScienceInternational journal of environmental research…
- 1 January 2017
Assessment of global sources and pathways of mercury in the context of human health is important for being able to monitor the effects from implementation of the Minamata Convention targets, although new research is needed on the improvement of emission inventory data, the chemical and physical behaviour of Mercury in the atmosphere and on the subsequent effects on the environment, human health.
Surface morphology and surface energy of anode materials influence power outputs in a multi-channel mediatorless bio-photovoltaic (BPV) system.
- P. Bombelli, M. Zarrouati, A. McCormick
- Materials SciencePhysical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP
- 15 August 2012
Comparisons between BPV performances and material characteristics revealed that surface roughness and surface energy, particularly the ratio of non-polar to polar interactions (the CQ ratio), may be more important than available surface area in determining biocompatibility and maximum power outputs in microbial electrochemical systems.
Trapping of redox-mediators at the surface of Chlorella vulgaris leads to error in measurements of cell reducing power.
- Rebecca J Thorne, Huaining Hu, K. Schneider, P. Cameron
- ChemistryPhysical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP
- 25 February 2014
The reduction of the redox mediator ferricyanide, [Fe(CN)6](3-), by a range of algal and bacterial species, is frequently measured to probe plasma membrane ferrireductase activity or to quantify the…
An investigation of anode and cathode materials in photomicrobial fuel cells
- K. Schneider, Rebecca J Thorne, P. Cameron
- PhysicsPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A…
- 28 February 2016
The range of anode and cathode materials currently used in p-MFCs are reviewed and the first results using porous ceramic anodes in a mediator-free p- MFC are presented.
Correlation between Coke Type, Microstructure and Anodic Reaction Overpotential in Aluminium Electrolysis
20 Although the anode process during aluminium electrolysis has a substantial 21 overpotential that increases the energy demand and production cost of aluminium, 22 properties of the coke that can…
Environmental impacts of a chemical looping combustion power plant