Microbial Fuel Cells Characterization


Microbial Fuel Cells Characterization

Fatma Aydin Unal, Mehmet Harbi Calimli, Hakan Burhan, Fatma Sismanoglu, Busra Yalcın, Fatih Şen

Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) received considerable interest in recent years and represent a promising technology based on the conversion of chemical energy into electrical energy by microbial catalysis. However, their power output and stability is low due to the influence of the cathode, electrolyte, membrane, microorganism of the anode, and cell configuration. The choice of appropriate characterization techniques and methods to examine these problems, which limit the development of MFCs, is extremely important. For this reason, this chapter focuses on biochemical and electrochemical characterization techniques in order to examine a variety of surface morphology, analytical and spectroscopic details.

Fuel Cell, Microbial Fuel Cell, Characterization, Electrochemistry, SEM

Published online 2/21/2019, 26 pages

Citation: Fatma Aydin Unal, Mehmet Harbi Calimli, Hakan Burhan, Fatma Sismanoglu, Busra Yalcın, Fatih Şen, Microbial Fuel Cells Characterization, Materials Research Foundations, Vol. 46, pp 75-100, 2019

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21741/9781644900116-4

Part of the book on Microbial Fuel Cells

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