In this project area methods of characterization of both enzyme and microbial fuel cells have been developed. These include standardized methods for electrochemical characterization of performance as well as the analytical characterization of chemical microenvironments surrounding immobilized enzymes.
Point Person: Michael Cooney
Papers & Proceedings
- 2014, M.J. Cooney, H.R. Luckarift, Interrogating Immobilized Enzymes in Hierarchical Structures, in H.R. Luckarift, P. Atanassov, G.R. Johnson (eds.) Enzymatic Fuel Cells, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey, Chapter 12, pp. 225–241
- 2011, S.R. Higgins, C. Lau, P. Atanassov, S.D. Minteer, M.J. Cooney, Standardized characterization of a flow through microbial fuel cell, Electroanalysis, Vol. 23, Issue 9, pp. 2174–2181
- 2008, V. Svoboda, M.J. Cooney, B.Y. Liaw, S. Minteer, E. Piles, D. Lehnert, S. Calabrese Barton, R. Rincon, P. Atanassov, Standardized Characterization of Electrocatalytic Electrodes, Electroanalysis, Vol. 20, Issue 10, pp. 1099–1109