Bioelectricity from Microbial Fuel Cell Using Wastewater with Carbon/Copper Electrodes
Eke B.C, Njoku I.J, Onyeocha E.
Three dual chamber microbial fuel cells (MFCs) labeled MFC-A, MFC-B and MFC-C were fabricated with agar-agar salt bridge as the proton exchange membrane. Each of the MFCs contained wastewater as catholyte. Biochemical and Physiological tests was carried out on the wastewater sample to obtain characteristics which will be helpful in the identification of microbial species in the sample and measure some physiological parameters. Readings of voltage and current with different resistors of 10PDF
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