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Dr. Federico Aulenta, Laura Catapano, Laura Snip, Dr. Marianna Villano and Prof. Mauro Majone Linking Bacterial Metabolism to Graphite Cathodes: Electrochemical Insights into the H2-Producing Capability of Desulfovibrio sp. ChemSusChem 5

Version of Record online: 13 MAY 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201100720

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Electrons as pasture for microbes: Feeding microbes with electricity offers new opportunities for storing renewable electrical energy in chemical fuels like hydrogen. By applying a combination of chemical and electrochemical techniques, new insights into the unique capacity of Desulfovibrio sp. to accept electrons from a polarized cathode and use them to catalyze the hydrogen production reaction have been obtained.

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