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Characteristics of a single chamber microbial fuel cell equipped with a low cost membrane
Hector Poggi-Varaldo
OMAR SOLORZA FERIA
MARIA TERESA PONCE NOYOLA
TATIANA ROMERO CASTAÑON
CUTBERTO JOSE JUVENCIO GALINDEZ MAYER
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7-Nov-2015
The aims of this research were: (i) to develop and test a new, low cost, organic membrane (LCM) in an air-cathode, single chamber microbial fuel cell (MFC), and (ii) to compare its characteristics with those of an MFC equipped with a Nafion® 117 membrane (NF). The internal resistances (Rint) were 112 and 110 U using LCM and NF, respectively, whereas the maximum volumetric powers (PV,max) were 2146 and 14,246 mW/m3 for LCM and NF, respectively. The relatively low value of Rint of the MFC equipped with LCM was encouraging. Furthermore, the Rint of the NF-equipped MFC was of the same order.
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