Stainless steel foam pushes the current provided by microbial bioanodes for bioelectrochemical systems

Abstract : Stainless steel is gaining increasing interest as an anodic material in bioelectrochemical systems and beginning to challenge the more conventional carbon-based materials. Here, microbial bioanodes designed under optimal conditions on carbon cloths gave high current densities, 33.5 + 4.5 A m−2 at −0.2 V/SCE, which were largely outstripped by the current densities of 60 to 80 A m−2 at the same potential and more than 100 A m−2 at 0.0 V/SCE provided by using stainless steel foams.
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Stephanie F. Ketep, Alain Bergel, Amandine Calmet, Benjamin Erable. Stainless steel foam pushes the current provided by microbial bioanodes for bioelectrochemical systems. Energy & Environmental Science, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2014, vol. 6, pp. 1633-1637. ⟨10.1039/C3EE44114H⟩. ⟨hal-00992832⟩

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