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A membraneless air-breathing hydrogen biofuel cell based on direct wiring of thermostable enzymes on carbon nanotube electrodes

Abstract : A biocathode was designed by the modification of a carbon nanotube (CNT) gas-diffusion electrode with bilirubin oxidase from Bacillus pumilus, achieving high current densities up to 3 mA cm−2 for the reduction of O2 from air. A membraneless air-breathing hydrogen biofuel cell was designed by combination of this cathode with a functionalized CNT-based hydrogenase anode.
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Noémie Lalaoui, Anne De Poulpiquet, Raoudha Haddad, Alan Le Goff, Michael Holzinger, et al.. A membraneless air-breathing hydrogen biofuel cell based on direct wiring of thermostable enzymes on carbon nanotube electrodes. Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015, 51, pp. 7447-7450. ⟨10.1039/c5cc02166a⟩. ⟨hal-01145429⟩

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