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Volume 2
Issue 2
Online publication date 2014-03-25
Title Benthic microbial fuel cell in freshwater bottom sediments
Author Andrey Samkov, Nikita Volchenko, Maria Veselovskaya, Alexander Kalashnikov, Alexander Khudokormov
Abstract
Benthic (sediment) microbial fuel cells were developed for an electric current generation. Bottom sediments from lake Karasun (Krasnodar, ) were used to create isolated bioelectricity producing system. Dependence of electrical power and current on external resistance was studied. Differences of optimal bioelectricity producing parameters depending on system aging were found.

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Keywords Microbial fuel cell, bio-electrical devices, bioanode, power
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