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Reactors for microbial electrobiotechnology

(2019) BIOELECTROSYNTHESIS. 167. p.231-271
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From the first electromicrobial experiment to a sophisticated microbial electrochemical process - it all takes place in a reactor. Whereas the reactor design and materials used strongly influence the obtained results, there are no common platforms for MES reactors. This is a critical convention gap, as cross-comparison and benchmarking among MES as well as MES vs. conventional biotechnological processes is needed. Only knowledge driven engineering of MES reactors will pave the way to application and commercialization. In this chapter we first assess the requirements on reactors to be used for bioelectrochemical systems as well as potential losses caused by the reactor design. Subsequently, we compile the main types and designs of reactors used for MES so far, starting from simple H-cells to stirred tank reactors. We conclude with a discussion on the weaknesses and strengths of the existing types of reactors for bioelectrochemical systems that are scored on design criteria and draw conclusions for the future engineering of MES reactors. [GRAPHICS] .
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Bioelectrochemical systems, Bioelectrosynthesis, Microbial electrochemical technology (MET), Microbial electrolysis cells (MEC), Microbial electrosynthesis (MES), Reactor concepts, Scoring, DOMESTIC WASTE-WATER, ELECTROLYSIS CELL MEC, FUEL-CELLS, SINGLE-CHAMBER, METHANE PRODUCTION, HYDROGEN-PRODUCTION, BIOELECTROCHEMICAL SYSTEMS, ANAEROBIC-DIGESTION, CATHODE MATERIALS, BIOGAS PRODUCTION

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MLA
Krieg, Thomas, et al. “Reactors for Microbial Electrobiotechnology.” BIOELECTROSYNTHESIS, edited by F. Harnisch and D. Holtmann, vol. 167, 2019, pp. 231–71.
APA
Krieg, T., Madjarov, J., Rosa, L. F. M., Enzmann, F., Harnisch, F., Holtmann, D., & Rabaey, K. (2019). Reactors for microbial electrobiotechnology. BIOELECTROSYNTHESIS, 167, 231–271.
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Krieg, Thomas, Joana Madjarov, Luis F. M. Rosa, Franziska Enzmann, Falk Harnisch, Dirk Holtmann, and Korneel Rabaey. 2019. “Reactors for Microbial Electrobiotechnology.” Edited by F. Harnisch and D. Holtmann. BIOELECTROSYNTHESIS 167: 231–71.
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Krieg, Thomas, Joana Madjarov, Luis F. M. Rosa, Franziska Enzmann, Falk Harnisch, Dirk Holtmann, and Korneel Rabaey. 2019. “Reactors for Microbial Electrobiotechnology.” Ed by. F. Harnisch and D. Holtmann. BIOELECTROSYNTHESIS 167: 231–271.
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Krieg T, Madjarov J, Rosa LFM, Enzmann F, Harnisch F, Holtmann D, et al. Reactors for microbial electrobiotechnology. Harnisch F, Holtmann D, editors. BIOELECTROSYNTHESIS. 2019;167:231–71.
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T. Krieg et al., “Reactors for microbial electrobiotechnology,” BIOELECTROSYNTHESIS, vol. 167, pp. 231–271, 2019.
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  abstract     = {From the first electromicrobial experiment to a sophisticated microbial electrochemical process - it all takes place in a reactor. Whereas the reactor design and materials used strongly influence the obtained results, there are no common platforms for MES reactors. This is a critical convention gap, as cross-comparison and benchmarking among MES as well as MES vs. conventional biotechnological processes is needed. Only knowledge driven engineering of MES reactors will pave the way to application and commercialization. In this chapter we first assess the requirements on reactors to be used for bioelectrochemical systems as well as potential losses caused by the reactor design. Subsequently, we compile the main types and designs of reactors used for MES so far, starting from simple H-cells to stirred tank reactors. We conclude with a discussion on the weaknesses and strengths of the existing types of reactors for bioelectrochemical systems that are scored on design criteria and draw conclusions for the future engineering of MES reactors. [GRAPHICS] .},
  author       = {Krieg, Thomas and Madjarov, Joana and Rosa, Luis F. M. and Enzmann, Franziska and Harnisch, Falk and Holtmann, Dirk and Rabaey, Korneel},
  editor       = {Harnisch, F. and Holtmann, D.},
  isbn         = {9783030032999},
  issn         = {0724-6145},
  journal      = {BIOELECTROSYNTHESIS},
  keywords     = {Bioelectrochemical systems,Bioelectrosynthesis,Microbial electrochemical technology (MET),Microbial electrolysis cells (MEC),Microbial electrosynthesis (MES),Reactor concepts,Scoring,DOMESTIC WASTE-WATER,ELECTROLYSIS CELL MEC,FUEL-CELLS,SINGLE-CHAMBER,METHANE PRODUCTION,HYDROGEN-PRODUCTION,BIOELECTROCHEMICAL SYSTEMS,ANAEROBIC-DIGESTION,CATHODE MATERIALS,BIOGAS PRODUCTION},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {231--271},
  title        = {Reactors for microbial electrobiotechnology},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/10_2017_40},
  volume       = {167},
  year         = {2019},
}

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