Shiue-Lin Li

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To clarify the major factor caused by oxygen-enhancing charge production of Shewanella decolorationis NTOU1 towards a polarized anode, a series of experimental runs (i.e., with/without ambient air flushing and with/without ammonia addition as nitrogen source) were conducted in this study. Within 6-day of operation at +0.4 V vs. Ag|AgCl and starting with 35(More)
Sulfide is a common product of marine anaerobic respiration, and a potent reactant biologically and geochemically. Here we demonstrate the impact on microbial communities with the removal of sulfide via electrochemical methods. The use of differential pulse voltammetry revealed that the oxidation of soluble sulfide was seen at +30 mV (vs. SHE) at all pH(More)
The electrical conductivity measured in Shewanella and Geobacter spp. is an intriguing physical property that is the fundamental basis for possible extracellular electron transport (EET) pathways. There is considerable debate regarding the origins of the electrical conductivity reported in these microbial cellular structures, which is essential for(More)
A mediated glassy carbon electrode covered by a thin-film polyviologen was used in the present study to rapidly detect bioactivity in a mixed-culture chemostat (dominated by Clostridium sp.). With the addition of 1mM hexacyanoferrate and 9mM glucose, the current increasing rate (dI/dt) measured under a poised potential of 500mV (vs. Ag/AgCl) can be defined(More)
The kitchen waste was chosen as a high solid (42 gL(-1) of volatile suspended solid, VSS) and high organic (107 gL(-1) of chemical oxygen demand) feedstock for operating a 3-L mesophilic fermentor. The greatest specific hydrogen production rate ( r(H2) was observed in Stage 3 as 3.4 L-H2 L(-1) day(-1) with a volumetric loading rate (VLR) of 100 g-CODL(-1)(More)
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