Degradation of 2, 4-Dichlorophenol by Bacillus Subtilis with electricity generation with simultaneous nitrate reduction in a single-chamber mfc without air cathode was studied, using glucose (1 mm) as the carbon source and nitrate (1 mm) as the final electron acceptor employed by bacillus subtilis under anaerobic conditions. titanium wire was used to connect the circuit, and the fuel cell was placed under constant load by connecting the cathode and anode to a rext of 1 kω.. microbial fuel cell construction and operationthe membrane-free single-chamber mfc consisted of an anode and a cathode placed in a plastic (plexiglas) cylindrical chamber of 4 cm in length and 3 cm in diameter (empty bed volume of 28 ml), as reported previously [24,26].
PI: Chien-Yen Chen YEN group conclusionssimultaneous denitrification and electricity generation was accomplished in a single-chambered mfc without air cathode, utilizing glucose as the substrate and nitrate as the terminal electron acceptor.(a) current generation from the microbial fuel cell with a 1-kω rext blank (……), glucose-fed (. effect of nitrate on the performance of single chamber air cathode microbial fuel cells.