Catalysis kinetics and porous analysis of rolling activated carbon-PTFE air-cathode in microbial fuel cells.

@article{Dong2012CatalysisKA,
  title={Catalysis kinetics and porous analysis of rolling activated carbon-PTFE air-cathode in microbial fuel cells.},
  author={Heng Dong and Hongbing Yu and Xin Wang},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2012},
  volume={46 23},
  pages={13009-15}
}
The microbial fuel cell (MFC), being an environment-friendly technology for wastewater treatment, is limited by low efficiency and high cost. Power output based on capital cost had been greatly increased in our previous work by introducing a novel activated carbon (AC) air-cathode (ACAC). The catalysis behavior of this ACAC was studied here based on catalysis kinetics and pore analysis of both carbon powders and catalyst layers (CLs). Plain AC (AC1#), ultracapacitor AC (AC2#), and non-AC (XC-72… CONTINUE READING
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