Carbon dioxide reduction by mixed and pure cultures in microbial electrosynthesis using an assembly of graphite felt and stainless steel as a cathode.

@article{Bajracharya2015CarbonDR,
  title={Carbon dioxide reduction by mixed and pure cultures in microbial electrosynthesis using an assembly of graphite felt and stainless steel as a cathode.},
  author={Suman Bajracharya and Annemiek Ter Heijne and Xochitl Dominguez Benetton and Karolien Vanbroekhoven and Cees J N Buisman and David P. B. T. B. Strik and Deepak Pant},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={195},
  pages={14-24}
}
Carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction to multi-carbon compounds at the cathode using chemolithoautotrophs is an emerging application of microbial electrosynthesis (MES). In this study, CO2 reduction in MES was investigated at hydrogen evolving potentials, separately by a mixed culture and Clostridium ljungdahlii, using a graphite felt and stainless steel assembly as cathode. The mixed culture reactor produced acetate at the maximum rate of 1.3 mM d(-1), along with methane and hydrogen at -1.1 V/Ag… CONTINUE READING
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