electrolytic oxidation
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2022 ◽  
Vol 309 ◽  
pp. 131404
Author(s):  
Stevan Stojadinović ◽  
Nenad Radić ◽  
Rastko Vasilić ◽  
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2022 ◽  
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Taha Cagri Senocak ◽  
Taha Alper Yilmaz ◽  
Hasan Feyzi Budak ◽  
Gokhan Gulten ◽  
Ahmet Melik Yilmaz ◽  
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Laura Malavola ◽  
Silvia Franz ◽  
Massimiliano Bestetti ◽  
Nunzia Esercizio ◽  
Giuliana D’Ippolito ◽  
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This work investigates Reduced Titanium Oxide (RTO) in comparison with Carbon Cloth (CC) and commercial Boron Doped Diamond (BDD) as anodes in hyperthermophilic bioelectrochemical systems operating at 80°C by Thermotoga neapolitana. Two samples of RTO were synthesized by plasma electrolytic oxidation (PEO) of titanium plates and subsequent electrochemical reduction. Electrochemical performance of CC, BDD, and RTO are tested by performing cyclic voltammetry in the anodic region (0-1V, 50 mV/s), in abiotic and biotic conditions. The surface of colonized materials is observed by SEM microscopy. Results show that bacteria fast settle on all tested material, significantly affecting their electrochemical conductivity. The integration of voltammetric cycles reveals that biofilm generates capacitive effects on the anodic surfaces, particularly evident in RTO, less in CC and absent in BDD. Charge densities provided by capacitive response of RTO and CC are of the order of 5.58 and 0.77 mC/cm2, respectively.


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