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Title (Primary) Microbial electrosynthesis system with dual biocathode arrangement for simultaneous acetogenesis, solventogenesis and carbon chain elongation
Author Vassilev, I.; Kracke, F.; Freguia, S.; Keller, J.; Krömer, J.O.; Ledezma, P.; Virdis, B.
Journal Chemical Communications
Year 2019
Department SOMA
Volume 55
Issue 30
Page From 4351
Page To 4354
Language englisch
Supplements http://www.rsc.org/suppdata/c9/cc/c9cc00208a/c9cc00208a1.pdf
Abstract A microbial electrosynthesis cell comprising two biological cathode chambers sharing the same anode compartment is used to promote the production of C2–C4 carboxylic acids and alcohols from carbon dioxide. Each cathode chamber provides ideal pH conditions to favor acetogenesis/carbon chain elongation (pH = 6.9), and solventogenesis (pH = 4.9), respectively, without the requirement of external acid/base dosing.
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Vassilev, I., Kracke, F., Freguia, S., Keller, J., Krömer, J.O., Ledezma, P., Virdis, B. (2019):
Microbial electrosynthesis system with dual biocathode arrangement for simultaneous acetogenesis, solventogenesis and carbon chain elongation
Chem. Commun. 55 (30), 4351 - 4354