Bioelectrochemical Systems: Microbiology, Catalysts, Processes and Applications

@inproceedings{Yuan2017BioelectrochemicalSM,
  title={Bioelectrochemical Systems: Microbiology, Catalysts, Processes and Applications},
  author={Heyang Yuan},
  year={2017}
}
academic) The treatment of water and wastewater is energy intensive, and there is an urgent need to develop new approaches to address the water-energy challenges. Bioelectrochemical systems (BES) are energy-efficient technologies that can treat wastewater and simultaneously achieve multiple functions such as energy generation, hydrogen production and/or desalination. The objectives of this dissertation are to understand the fundamental microbiology of BES, develop cost-effective cathode… CONTINUE READING

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