Stefano Freguia
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Microbial fuel cells: methodology and technology
BE Logan, B Hamelers, R Rozendal, U Schröder, J Keller, S Freguia, ...
Environmental science & technology 40 (17), 5181-5192, 2006
The anode potential regulates bacterial activity in microbial fuel cells
P Aelterman, S Freguia, J Keller, W Verstraete, K Rabaey
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 78 (3), 409-418, 2008
Modeling of CO2 capture by aqueous monoethanolamine
S Freguia, GT Rochelle
AIChE Journal 49 (7), 1676-1686, 2003
Cathodic oxygen reduction catalyzed by bacteria in microbial fuel cells
K Rabaey, ST Read, P Clauwaert, S Freguia, PL Bond, LL Blackall, ...
The ISME journal 2 (5), 519-527, 2008
Non-catalyzed cathodic oxygen reduction at graphite granules in microbial fuel cells
S Freguia, K Rabaey, Z Yuan, J Keller
Electrochimica Acta 53 (2), 598-603, 2007
Electron and carbon balances in microbial fuel cells reveal temporary bacterial storage behavior during electricity generation
S Freguia, K Rabaey, Z Yuan, J Keller
Environmental science & technology 41 (8), 2915-2921, 2007
Effects of surface charge and hydrophobicity on anodic biofilm formation, community composition, and current generation in bioelectrochemical systems
K Guo, S Freguia, PG Dennis, X Chen, BC Donose, J Keller, JJ Gooding, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (13), 7563-7570, 2013
Sequential anode–cathode configuration improves cathodic oxygen reduction and effluent quality of microbial fuel cells
S Freguia, K Rabaey, Z Yuan, J Keller
Water research 42 (6-7), 1387-1396, 2008
High acetic acid production rate obtained by microbial electrosynthesis from carbon dioxide
L Jourdin, T Grieger, J Monetti, V Flexer, S Freguia, Y Lu, J Chen, ...
Environmental science & technology 49 (22), 13566-13574, 2015
Syntrophic processes drive the conversion of glucose in microbial fuel cell anodes
S Freguia, K Rabaey, Z Yuan, J Keller
Environmental science & technology 42 (21), 7937-7943, 2008
A novel carbon nanotube modified scaffold as an efficient biocathode material for improved microbial electrosynthesis
L Jourdin, S Freguia, BC Donose, J Chen, GG Wallace, J Keller, V Flexer
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2 (32), 13093-13102, 2014
Microbial fuel cells operating on mixed fatty acids
S Freguia, EH Teh, N Boon, KM Leung, J Keller, K Rabaey
Bioresource Technology 101 (4), 1233-1238, 2010
A basic tutorial on cyclic voltammetry for the investigation of electroactive microbial biofilms
F Harnisch, S Freguia
Chemistry–An Asian Journal 7 (3), 466-475, 2012
Source-separated urine opens golden opportunities for microbial electrochemical technologies
P Ledezma, P Kuntke, CJN Buisman, J Keller, S Freguia
Trends in Biotechnology 33 (4), 214-220, 2015
Electron transfer pathways in microbial oxygen biocathodes
S Freguia, S Tsujimura, K Kano
Electrochimica Acta 55 (3), 813-818, 2010
Lactococcus lactis catalyses electricity generation at microbial fuel cell anodes via excretion of a soluble quinone
S Freguia, M Masuda, S Tsujimura, K Kano
Bioelectrochemistry 76 (1-2), 14-18, 2009
Microbial electrosynthesis of isobutyric, butyric, caproic acids, and corresponding alcohols from carbon dioxide
I Vassilev, PA Hernandez, P Batlle-Vilanova, S Freguia, JO Krömer, ...
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 6 (7), 8485-8493, 2018
Bringing High-Rate, CO2-Based Microbial Electrosynthesis Closer to Practical Implementation through Improved Electrode Design and Operating Conditions
L Jourdin, S Freguia, V Flexer, J Keller
Environmental science & technology 50 (4), 1982-1989, 2016
Flame oxidation of stainless steel felt enhances anodic biofilm formation and current output in bioelectrochemical systems
K Guo, BC Donose, AH Soeriyadi, A Prévoteau, SA Patil, S Freguia, ...
Environmental science & technology 48 (12), 7151-7156, 2014
Modeling of CO2 removal from flue gases with monoethanolamine
S Freguia
University of Texas at Austin, 2002
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