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Virtual Issue “Microbial and Enzymatic Fuel Cells” This first Virtual Issue highlights research on materials for biological fuel cells furthering the understanding of fundamental reaction kinetics and electron transfer mechanisms between biocatalysts and electrodes and identifying and characterizing factors for biological fuel cell operation. It highlights optimal system design and advances in bio-anodes and bio-cathodes. The cover page depicts the comparison of the two biological fuel cells systems, i.e., enzymatic and microbial fuel cells. The scheme is taken from the extended Guest Editorial Harvesting Energy using Biocatalysts by Eileen Hao-Yu.
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Version of Record online: 22 DEC 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/fuce.201690009
The cover page, taken from M. Eikerling (DOI: 10.1002/fuce.201690010), depicts the foundations of theoretical electrochemistry to applied fuel cell theory, modeling and simulation, showing a spectrum of sub-disciplines evolving in the fusion zone. It give an insight on new blends of theoretical electrochemistry and electrochemical engineering with polymer chemistry, statistical physics, condensed and soft matter physics, surface science, and heterogeneous catalysis have brought to fruition new disciplines in the modeling of electrochemical materials and devices.