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Aerobic bacterial electrode for a fuel cell anode, which does not include redox mediators or a proton exchange membrane

Other TitlesElectrodo bacteriano aeróbico para ánodo de una pila de combustible sin mediadores redox ni membrana intercambiadora de protones
AuthorsLópez de Lacey, Antonio ; Fernández López, Víctor Manuel ; Malki, Moustafá ; Amils, Ricardo
Issue Date11-Dec-2008
CitationWO 2008148923 (A1)
AbstractThe invention relates to a biological electrode characterised in that it includes bacterial cells of the genus Acidiphilium sp., absorbed on the surface of a conductive electrode which operates under aerobic conditions. The electrode production method comprises the growth of the bacteria in aerobic solution at an acid pH in the presence of a carbonaceous conductive electrode and a nutrient, preferably glucose. The electrode can be used as an anode in a fuel cell.
DescriptionFecha de solicitud: 11-12-2008.- Titular: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)
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