Ion Exchange Membrane Cathodes for Scalable Microbial Fuel Cells

  title={Ion Exchange Membrane Cathodes for Scalable Microbial Fuel Cells},
  author={S H A O A N C H E N G A N D B R U C Y I Z U O and N EELOGA},
  • Y I Z U O, S H A O A N C H E N G, A N D B R U C, E E L O G A N
  • Published 2008
One of the main challenges for using microbial fuel cells (MFCs) is developing materials and architectures that are economical and generate high power densities. The performance of two cathodes constructed from two low-cost anion (AEM) and cation (CEM) exchange membranes was compared to that achieved using an ultrafiltration (UF) cathode, when the membranes were made electrically conductive using graphite paint and a nonprecious metal catalyst (CoTMPP). The best performance in single-chamber… CONTINUE READING


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