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Floating Boards Improve Electricity Generation from Wastewater in Cassette-Electrode Microbial Fuel Cells
Journal of Water and Environment Technology
Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) are devices that are expected to be applied to the recovery of electric energy from wastewater. We have recently demonstrated that cassette-electrode MFCs (CE-MFCs) are useful for the treatment of wastewater. A concern about CE-MFCs is however relatively low columbic efficiency that may be caused by oxygen contamination from water surfaces. In the present study, floating boards were installed at the surface of water for minimizing oxygen diffusion from the air, anddoi:10.2965/jwet.2015.221 fatcat:66bf7ity3fehnbiihn65xe4fzu