Three-Dimensional Electrodes for High-Performance Bioelectrochemical Systems
AbstractBioelectrochemical systems (BES) are groups of bioelectrochemical technologies and platforms that could facilitate versatile environmental and biological applications. The performance of BES is mainly determined by the key process of electron transfer at the bacteria and electrode interface, which is known as extracellular electron transfer (EET). Thus, developing novel electrodes to encourage bacteria attachment and enhance EET efficiency is of great significance. Recently, three-dimensional (3D) electrodes, which provide large specific area for bacteria attachment and macroporous structures for substrate diffusion, have emerged as a promising electrode for high-performance BES. Herein, a comprehensive review of versatile methodology developed for 3D electrode fabrication is presented. This review article is organized based on the categorization of 3D electrode fabrication strategy and BES performance comparison. In particular, the advantages and shortcomings of these 3D electrodes are presented and their future development is discussed. View Full-Text
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Yu, Y.-Y.; Zhai, D.-D.; Si, R.-W.; Sun, J.-Z.; Liu, X.; Yong, Y.-C. Three-Dimensional Electrodes for High-Performance Bioelectrochemical Systems. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2017, 18, 90.
Yu Y-Y, Zhai D-D, Si R-W, Sun J-Z, Liu X, Yong Y-C. Three-Dimensional Electrodes for High-Performance Bioelectrochemical Systems. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2017; 18(1):90.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yu, Yang-Yang; Zhai, Dan-Dan; Si, Rong-Wei; Sun, Jian-Zhong; Liu, Xiang; Yong, Yang-Chun. 2017. "Three-Dimensional Electrodes for High-Performance Bioelectrochemical Systems." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 18, no. 1: 90.
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