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Agricultural Wastes For Electricity Generation Using Microbial Fuel Cells
Open Biotechnology Journal
Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs) are promising devices that enable the employment of discarded organic matter, typically gathered around food supply chains, to generate electricity. Aims: In this work, low-cost MFCs in the absence of a proton exchange membrane were fabricated. Methods: They were built on polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastic tubes with square acrylic sheets at the ends serving as a framework of anode/cathode chambers and using zinc (Zn) and copper (Cu) metals as electrodes. Tomatoes,doi:10.2174/1874070702014010052 fatcat:otc3ac4r2bgsvaau7f7iwoo76q