Electrochemically active biofilms: facts and fiction. A review.

@article{Babauta2012ElectrochemicallyAB,
  title={Electrochemically active biofilms: facts and fiction. A review.},
  author={Jerome T. Babauta and Ryan S. Renslow and Zbigniew Lewandowski and Haluk Beyenal},
  journal={Biofouling},
  year={2012},
  volume={28 8},
  pages={789-812}
}
This review examines the electrochemical techniques used to study extracellular electron transfer in the electrochemically active biofilms that are used in microbial fuel cells and other bioelectrochemical systems. Electrochemically active biofilms are defined as biofilms that exchange electrons with conductive surfaces: electrodes. Following the electrochemical conventions, and recognizing that electrodes can be considered reactants in these bioelectrochemical processes, biofilms that deliver… CONTINUE READING
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