Application of slow-release carbon sources embedded in polymer for stable and extended power generation in microbial fuel cells.

@article{Li2020ApplicationOS,
  title={Application of slow-release carbon sources embedded in polymer for stable and extended power generation in microbial fuel cells.},
  author={Wanlin Li and X. Quan and L. Chen and Y. Zheng},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2020},
  volume={244},
  pages={
          125515
        }
}
Stable and long-term power output is a prerequisite for the application of the energy recovered from microbial fuel cells (MFCs). In this study, a novel fuel supplying strategy based on slow-release carbon embedded in polymer gels was attempted in MFCs aimed to achieve a sustainable power generation. Polymer gels containing starch acetate as the carbon source (40% (w/w)) were prepared, and the effects of its loading dosage on power generation and microbial community structure were investigated… Expand
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