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Title: Comparative study of Double Chamber Microbial Fuel Cells (DC-MFCs) using Mfensi clay as ion exchange partition: effect of pot size
Authors: Tamakloe, R. Y.
Opoku-Donkor, T.
Agamasu, H.
Keywords: Microbial fuel cell
Anode
Cathode
Mfensi clay
Pot 1 and 2
Issue Date: Mar-2015
Publisher: International Journal of Technical Research and Applications
Citation: International Journal of Technical Research and Applications;Volume 3, Issue 2 (Mar-Apr 2015), pp. 126-128
Abstract: An alternative answer to the vital issues of power production and wastewater treatment leads to the application of microbial fuel cells. These present cells were constructed from cheap Mfensi clay as ion-exchange-partition and anode chamber. The performance of the cells has no significant variations in relation to their volumes. Experimental results showed that the maximum power densities of 69 mW/m2 and 55 mW/m2 were obtained for Pot1 and Pot2 at 1000 Ω load respectively.
Description: An article published by International Journal of Technical Research and Applications;Volume 3, Issue 2 (Mar-Apr 2015), pp. 126-128
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/10999
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