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- Khater, DenaZ., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Applied biochemistry and biotechnology 2018 v.184 no.1 pp. 92-101
- activated sludge; biofilm; carbon; carbon electrodes; catalysts; electrochemistry; electron transfer; microbial communities; oxidation
- ... Due to the potential interest, bioelectrochemical responses of activated sludge using the three-electrode system are tested. From the cyclic voltammograms, the oxidation current output is increasing due to incubation time increase, whereas 5, 25 and 39.33 μA are obtained after 3, 72 and 96 h, respectively. Changing the working electrode from glassy carbon to carbon paste led to the increase in the ...
- Khater, Dena Z., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Applied biochemistry and biotechnology 2015 v.175 no.7 pp. 3519-3530
- acetates; activated sludge; biochemical pathways; biodegradation; bioelectrochemistry; biotechnology; cell viability; extracellular matrix; glucose; metabolites; microbial communities; microorganisms; monitoring; oxidation; secretion; succinic acid
- ... In the microbial electrochemical system (MES), the microbial-electrode interactions are often regulated by the metabolic pathway and respiratory activities. To improve the efficiency of MES, there is a need to introduce a microbial community that provides a continuous oxidation of organic substrates with a sustainable current output. Thus, activated sludge was suggested and the rapid evaluation of ...