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Abstract: A new and simplified approach for making cathodes for microbial fuel cells (MFCs) was developed by using metal mesh current collectors and inexpensive polymer/carbon diffusion layers (DLs). Rather than adding a current collector to a cathode material such as carbon cloth, we constructed the cathode around the metal mesh itself, thereby avoiding the need for the carbon cloth or other supporting material. A base layer of poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS) and carbon black was applied to the air-side of a stainless st… Show more

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“…This will provide a new method to the practical wastewater treatment in bicathode materials selection. It should be noted that although previously research has pointed out that the carbon materials can produce high electrode ohmic loss in large-scale system (Wei et al, 2011) and the use of a stainless mesh was helpful in reducing ohmic loss (Zhang et al, 2010). In this study, SSB showed even higher R ohm than other carbon materials (Fig.…”
Section: Electrochemical Impedance With Composite Materialsmentioning
confidence: 49%
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“…This will provide a new method to the practical wastewater treatment in bicathode materials selection. It should be noted that although previously research has pointed out that the carbon materials can produce high electrode ohmic loss in large-scale system (Wei et al, 2011) and the use of a stainless mesh was helpful in reducing ohmic loss (Zhang et al, 2010). In this study, SSB showed even higher R ohm than other carbon materials (Fig.…”
Section: Electrochemical Impedance With Composite Materialsmentioning
confidence: 49%
“…Because the kinetic of the reduction reaction in the biocathode BES is highly dependent on the rate of mass and electron transfer at the electrode-microorganism-solution interfaces (Liu et al, 2014), thus it can be concluded that the 4-CP dechlorination rate at BES with SSB/GG/CB as cathode was faster than the other. Further considering that the use of a stainless mesh is helpful in eletrons transfer (Zhang et al, 2010), the lower R ct with integrated metal might be due to that the stainless steel basket made of stainless steel mesh was favorable to transfer electrons to the surrounding carbon-based materials through the possible schematic as shown in Supporting information Fig. S1, which would enhance the rate of mass and electron transfer and improve the kinetic of the reduction dechlorination at biocathode.…”
Section: Electrochemical Impedance With Composite Materialsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[23] Materials commonly used include polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) and polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS), [24] which are hydrophobic and relatively inexpensive but not biodegradable. Lanolin, also known as wool wax, is a naturally polyurethane as binder, which has been used previously as the sole diffusion layer in MFCs.…”
Section: Alternative Biodegradable Cathodesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…따라서 미생물연료전지의 현장적용을 위해 iron(II) phthalocyanine (FePc)4), cobalt tetramethoxyphenylporphyrin (CoTMPP) 5) , activated carbon 6) , stainless steel 7) , [ Fig 7] The maximum power density (A), and coulobic efficiency (B), and COD removal rate (C) at various HRTs. …”
Section: 서론mentioning
confidence: 99%