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  • forming microbial anodes under delayed polarisation modifies the electron transfer network and decreases the polarisation time required

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    • تاریخ ارائه: 1390/01/01
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     microbial anodes were formed from compost leachate on carbon cloth electrodes. the biofilms formed at the surface of electrodes kept at open circuit contained microorganisms that switched their metabolism towards electrode respiration in response to a few minutes of polarisation. when polarisation at −0.2 v/sce (+0.04 v/she) was applied to a pre-established biofilm formed at open circuit (delayed polarisation), the bacteria developed an extracellular electron transport network that showed multiple redox systems, reaching 9.4 a/m2 after only 3–9 days of polarisation. in contrast, when polarisation was applied from the beginning, bacteria developed a well-tuned extracellular electron transfer network concomitantly with their growth, but 36 days of polarisation were required to get current of the same order (6–8 a/m2). the difference in performance was attributed to the thinner, more heterogeneous structure of the biofilms obtained by delayed polarisation compared to the thick uniform structure obtained by full polarisation.

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