Bioelectrochemical systems : from extracellular electron transfer to biotechnological application [Material Impreso] / edición de Korneel Rabaey, Largus Angenent, Uwe Schröder, Jürg Keller

Por: Rabaey, Korneel ; ed
Colaborador(es): Keller, Jürg ; ed | Angenent, Largus ; ed | Schröder, Uwe ; ed
Series: Integrated environmental technology seriesDatos de publicación: Londres: IWA, (c)2010Descripción: 488 p. il., tbls. 24 x 17 cm IMPRESOISBN: 9781843392330Tema(s): AGUAS RESIDUALES-MICROBIOLOGÍA | ELECTROQUÍMICA | RESIDUOS | MICROBIOLOGÍA INDUSTRIALResumen: Contenido: 1. Bioelectrochemical systems:a new approach towards environmental and industrial biotechnology - 2. Microbial energy production from biomass - 3. Enzymatic fuel cells and their complementarities relative to BES/MFC - 4. Shuttling via soluble compounds - 5. Survey of direct electron transfer from microbes to electronically active surfaces - 6. Genetically modified microorganisms for bioelectrochemical systems -7. Electrochemical losses - 8. Electrochemical techniques for the analysis of bioelectrochemical systems - 9. Materials for BES - 10. Technological factors affecting BES performance and bottlenecks towards scale up - 11. Organics oxidation -12. Conversion of sulfur species in bioelectrochemical systems - 13. Chemically catalyzed cathodes in bioelectrochemical systems - 14. Bioelectrochemical reductions in reactor systems - 15. Bioelectrochemical systems (BES) for subsurface remediation - 16. Fundamentals of benthic microbial fuel cells theory, development and application - 17. Microbial fuel cells as biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) and toxicity sensors - 18. Feedstocks for BES conversions - 19. Integrating BES in the wastewater and sludge treatment line - 20. Peripherals of BES - small scale yet feasible (demonstrated) applications - 21. Towards a mathematical description of bioelectrochemical systems - 22. Outlook: Research directions and news applications for BES.
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Contenido: 1. Bioelectrochemical systems:a new approach towards environmental and industrial biotechnology - 2. Microbial energy production from biomass - 3. Enzymatic fuel cells and their complementarities relative to BES/MFC - 4. Shuttling via soluble compounds - 5. Survey of direct electron transfer from microbes to electronically active surfaces - 6. Genetically modified microorganisms for bioelectrochemical systems -7. Electrochemical losses - 8. Electrochemical techniques for the analysis of bioelectrochemical systems - 9. Materials for BES - 10. Technological factors affecting BES performance and bottlenecks towards scale up - 11. Organics oxidation -12. Conversion of sulfur species in bioelectrochemical systems - 13. Chemically catalyzed cathodes in bioelectrochemical systems - 14. Bioelectrochemical reductions in reactor systems - 15. Bioelectrochemical systems (BES) for subsurface remediation - 16. Fundamentals of benthic microbial fuel cells theory, development and application - 17. Microbial fuel cells as biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) and toxicity sensors - 18. Feedstocks for BES conversions - 19. Integrating BES in the wastewater and sludge treatment line - 20. Peripherals of BES - small scale yet feasible (demonstrated) applications - 21. Towards a mathematical description of bioelectrochemical systems - 22. Outlook: Research directions and news applications for BES.

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