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Biochar as a sustainable electrode material for electricity production in microbial fuel cells

Wood-based biochars were used as microbial fuel cell electrodes to significantly reduce cost and carbon footprint. The biochar was made using forestry residue (BCc) and compressed milling residue (BCp). Side-by-side comparison show the specific area of BCp (469.9 m g ) and BCc (428.6 cm g ) is lower... Full description

Journal Title: Bioresource Technology April 2014, Vol.157, pp.114-119
Main Author: Huggins, Tyler
Other Authors: Wang, Heming , Kearns, Joshua , Jenkins, Peter , Ren, Zhiyong Jason
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ID: ISSN: 0960-8524 ; E-ISSN: 1873-2976 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.biortech.2014.01.058
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  • Bioelectrochemical
  • Electricity
  • Agriculture
  • Engineering
  • Chemistry
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description: Wood-based biochars were used as microbial fuel cell electrodes to significantly reduce cost and carbon footprint. The biochar was made using forestry residue (BCc) and compressed milling residue (BCp). Side-by-side comparison show the specific area of BCp (469.9 m g ) and BCc (428.6 cm g ) is lower than granular activated carbon (GAC) (1247.8 m g ) but higher than graphite granule (GG) (0.44 m g ). Both biochars showed power outputs of 532 ± 18 mW m (BCp) and 457 ± 20 mW m (BCc), comparable with GAC (674 ± 10 mW...
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