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Enrichment of Microbial Electrolysis Cell Biocathodes from Sediment Microbial Fuel Cell Bioanodes
ABSTRACT Electron-accepting (electrotrophic) biocathodes were produced by first enriching graphite fiber brush electrodes as the anodes in sediment-type microbial fuel cells (sMFCs) using twoExpand
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Enhanced start-up of anaerobic facultatively autotrophic biocathodes in bioelectrochemical systems.
Biocathodes in bioelectrochemical systems (BESs) can be used to convert CO2 into diverse organic compounds through a process called microbial electrosynthesis. Unfortunately, start-up of anaerobicExpand
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Examination of protein degradation in continuous flow, microbial electrolysis cells treating fermentation wastewater.
Cellulose fermentation wastewaters (FWWs) contain short chain volatile fatty acids and alcohols, but they also have high concentrations of proteins. Hydrogen gas production from FWW was examinedExpand
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Electrotrophic activity and electrosynthetic acetate production by Desulfobacterium autotrophicum HRM2.
Electroautotrophic microorganisms accept electrons from a cathode as source of reducing equivalents to drive CO2 fixation by poorly understood mechanisms. Acetogenic bacteria were the first groupExpand
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Microaerophilic, Fe(II)-dependent growth and Fe(II) oxidation by a Dechlorospirillum species.
A species of Dechlorospirillum was isolated from an Fe(II)-oxidizing, opposing-gradient-culture enrichment using an inoculum from a circumneutral, freshwater creek that showed copious amounts ofExpand
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