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Effect of Fabrication Method of Anode on OCV in Enzyme Fuel Cells
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Effect of Fabrication Method of Anode on OCV in Enzyme Fuel Cells
Kim, Young-Sook; Lee, Se-Hoon; Chu, Cheun-Ho; Na, Il-Chai; Lee, Ho; Park, Kwon-Pil;
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 Abstract
Enzyme fuel cells were composed of enzyme anode and PEMFC cathode. Enzyme anodes was fabricated by compression of a mixture of graphite particle, glucose oxidase as a enzyme and ferrocene as a mediator, and then coated with Nafion ionomer. Open circuit voltage (OCV) were measured with variation of anode manufacture factors, to find optimum condition of enzyme anode. Optimum pressure was 9.0 MPar for enzyme anode pressing process. Highest OCV was obtained at 60% graphite composition in enzyme anode. Optimum glucose concentration was 1.7mol/l in anode substrate solution and enzyme activity of anode was stable for 7 days.
 Keywords
Enzyme Fuel Cells;OCV;Pressing Anode;Fabrication Method;Glucose Oxidase;
 Language
Korean
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1.
효소연료전지의 Anode 제조조건이 성능에 미치는 영향,이세훈;황병찬;이혜리;김영숙;추천호;나일채;박권필;

Korean Chemical Engineering Research, 2015. vol.53. 6, pp.667-671 crossref(new window)
2.
효소연료전지의 Cathode 제조조건이 OCV에 미치는 영향,이세훈;김영숙;추천호;나일채;이정훈;박권필;

Korean Chemical Engineering Research, 2016. vol.54. 2, pp.171-174 crossref(new window)
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