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Characteristics of Electricity Production by Metallic and Non-metallic Anodes Immersed in Mud Sediment Using Sediment Microbial Fuel Cell
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Characteristics of Electricity Production by Metallic and Non-metallic Anodes Immersed in Mud Sediment Using Sediment Microbial Fuel Cell
Haque, Niamul; Cho, Dae-Chul; Kwon, Sung-Hyun;
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 Abstract
Sediment microbial fuel cell (SMFC), equipped with Zn, Al, Cu, Fe or graphite felt (GF) anode and marine sediment, was performed. Graphite felt was used as a common cathode. SMFC was single chambered and did not use any redox mediator. The aim of this work was to find efficient anodic material. Oxidation reduction potential (ORP), cell voltage, current density, power density, pH and chemical oxygen demand (COD) were measured for SMFC's performance.. The order of maximum power density was for Zn, for Fe, for Cu, for Al, and for graphite felt (GF). The current density over voltage was found to be strongly correlated with metal electrodes, but the graphite felt electrode, in which relatively weaker electricity was observed because of its bio-oriented mechanism. Metal corrosion reactions and/or a complicated microbial electron transfer mechanism acting around the anodic compartment may facilitate to generate electricity. We presume that more sophisticated selection of anodic material can lead to better performance in SMFC.
 Keywords
Sediment microbial fuel cell;Microbial corrosion;Oxidation reduction potential;Chemical Oxygen Demand;
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