Publications

Selected recent publications:

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2019

Logan, B.E., R. Rossi, A. Ragab, and P.E. Saikaly. 2019. Electroactive microorganisms in bioelectrochemical systems. Nature Rev. Microbiol. 17(5): 307-319. [Supporting Information]

Cario, B.P. and B.E. Logan. 2019. Applying the electrode potential slope method as a tool to quantitatively evaluate the performance of individual microbial electrolysis cell components. Biores. Technol. 287: 121418. [Supporting information]

Kim, K.-Y., S.E Habas, J.A. Schaidle, and B.E. Logan. 2018. Application of phase-pure nickel phosphide nanoparticles as cathode catalysts for hydrogen production in microbial electrolysis cells. Biores. Technol. In press.     

Kim, K.Y. and B.E. Logan. 2019. Nickel powder blended activated carbon cathodes for hydrogen production in microbial electrolysis cells. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy. 44(26):13169-13174. [Supporting information]

Rossi, R., B. Cario, C. Santoro, W. Yang, P.E. Saikaly, and B.E. Logan. 2019. Evaluation of electrode and solution area-based resistances enables quantitative comparisons of factors impacting microbial fuel cell performance. Environ. Sci. Technol. 53(7):3977−3986. [Supporting information]

Rossi, R., P.J. Evans, and B.E. Logan. 2019. Impact of flow recirculation and anode dimensions on performance of a large scale microbial fuel cell. J. Power Sources. 412:294-300. [Supporting information]

Rossi, R., D. Jones, J. Myung, E. Zikmund, W. Yang, Y. Alvarez Gallego, D. Pant, P.J. Evans, M.A. Page, D.M. Cropek, and B.E. Logan. 2019. Evaluating a multi-panel air cathode through electrochemical and biotic tests. Wat. Res. 148: 51-59. [Supporting information]

Rossi, R., X. Wang, W. Yang, and B.E. Logan. 2019. Impact of cleaning procedures on restoring cathode performance for microbial fuel cells treating domestic wastewater. Biores. Technol. 290:121759 (6 p). [Supporting Information]

Huang, L., F. Tian, Y. Pan, L. Shan, Y. Shi, and B.E. Logan. 2019. Mutual benefits of acetate and mixed tungsten and molybdenum for their efficient removal in 40 L microbial electrolysis cells. Wat. Res. 162:358–368. [Supporting Information]

Yang, W., X. Wang, and B.E. Logan. 2019. Low-cost Fe-N-C catalyst derived from Fe(Ⅲ)–chitosan hydrogel to enhance power production in microbial fuel cells. Chem. Eng. J. In press.    

2018

Logan, B.E., E. Zikmund, W. Yang, R. Rossi, K.-Y. Kim, P.E. Saikaly, and F. Zhang. 2018. The impact of ohmic resistance on measured electrode potentials and maximum power production in microbial fuel cells. Env. Sci. Technol. 52(15):8977-8985.

Huang, L, P. Zhou, X. Quan, and B.E. Logan. 2018. Removal of binary Cr(VI) and Cd(II) from the catholyte of microbial fuel cells and determining their fate in electrotrophs using fluorescence probes. Bioelectrochem. 122:61–68.

Huang, L., Z. Lin, X. Quan. Q. Zhao, W. Yang, and B.E. Logan. 2018. Efficient in-situ utilization of caustic for sequential recovery and separation of Sn, Fe and Cu in microbial fuel cells. ChemElectroChem. 5:1658–1669.

Kim, K.-Y., W. Yang, and B.E. Logan. 2018. Regenerable nickel-functionalized activated carbon cathodes enhanced by metal adsorption to improve hydrogen production in microbial electrolysis cells. Environ. Sci. Technol. 52(12):7131-7137.  [Supporting Information]

Myung, J., P.E. Saikaly, and B.E. Logan. 2018. A two-staged system to generate electricity in microbial fuel cells using methane. Chemical Engineering J. 352:262-267 .

Myung, J., W. Yang, P. Saikaly, and B.E. Logan. 2018. 2018. Copper current collectors reduce long-term fouling of air cathodes in microbial fuel cells. Environ. Sci. Water Res. Technol. 4:513–519.  [Suporting information]

Rossi, R., W. Yang, E. Zikmund, and B.E. Logan. 2018. In-situ biofilm removal from air cathodes in microbial fuel cells treating domestic wastewater. Biores. Technol. 265:200-206. [Supporting information]

Song, X., J. Liu, Q. Jiang, Y. Qu, W. He, B.E. Logan, and Y. Feng. 2018. Enhanced electricity generation and effective water filtration using graphene membrane air-cathodes in microbial fuel cells. J. Power Sources. 395:221-227.  [Supporting information]

Toczyłowska-Mamińska, R., K. Szymona, M. Kloch, P. Król1, K. Gliniewicz, K. Pielech-Przybylska, and B.E. Logan. 2018. Evolving microbial communities in cellulose-fed microbial fuel cells. Energies. 11(1):124. [Supporting information]

Yang, W, R. Rossi, T. Tian, K.-Y. Kim, and B.E. Logan. 2018. Mitigating external and internal cathode fouling using a polymer bonded separator in microbial fuel cells. Biores. Technol. 11(1):124.

Ye, Y. and B.E. Logan. 2018. The importance of OH– transport through the anion exchange membrane in microbial electrolysis cells. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy. 43: 2645-2653.  [Supporting information]

Zaybak, Z., B.E. Logan, and J.M. Pisciotta. 2018. Electroautotrophic activity and electrosynthetic acetate production by Desulfobacterium autotrophicum HRM2. Bioelectrochem. 123:150–155

Zikmund, E., K.-Y. Kim, and B.E. Logan. 2018.  Hydrogen production rates with closely-spaced felt anodes and cathodes compared to brush anodes in two-chamber microbial electrolysis cells. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy. 43:9599-9606.

2017

Ivanov, I., Y. Ahn, T. Poirson, M.A. Hickner, and B.E. Logan. 2017. Comparison of cathode catalyst binders for the hydrogen evolution reaction in microbial electrolysis cells. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy. 42(24):15739–15744.

Kim, K.-Y., E. Zikmund, and B.E. Logan. 2017. Impact of catholyte recirculation on different 3-dimensional stainless steel cathodes in microbial electrolysis cells. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy. 42(50):29708-29715.

LaBarge, N., Y.D. Yilmazel, P. Hong and B.E. Logan. 2017. Effect of pre-acclimation of granular activated carbon on microbial electrolysis cell startup and performance. Bioelectrochem. 113:20-25. [Supporting information]

Martinez, C.M., X. Zhu and B.E. Logan. 2017. AQDS immobilized solid-phase redox mediators and their role during bioelectricity generation and RR2 decolorization in an air-cathode single chambered microbial fuel cell. Bioelectrochem. 118:123–130.

McAnulty, M.J., V. Giridhar Poosarla, K.-Y. Kim, R. Jasso Chávez, B.E. Logan, and T.K. Wood. 2017. Electricity from methane by reversing methanogenesis. Nature Commun. 8:15419. [Revuew by Z.J. Ren]

Rossi, R., W. Yang, L. Settia, B.E. Logan. 2017. Assessment of a metal–organic framework catalyst in air cathode microbial fuel cells over time with different buffers and solutions. Bioresour. Technol. 233:399–405.

Shehab, N.A., J. Ortizmedina, K. Katuri, H. Anandaro, U. Stingl, G.L. Amy, B.E. Logan, and P.E. Saikaly. 2017. Exploring the brine pool in the Red Sea as a source of exoelectrogenic communities. Biores. Technol. 239:82-86. [Supporting information]

Stager, J.L., Z. Zhang, and B.E. Logan. 2017. Addition of acetate improves stability of power generation using microbial fuel cells treating domestic wastewater. Bioelectrochem. 118:154–160. [Supporting information]

Sun, D., S. Cheng, F. Zhang, and B.E. Logan. 2017. Current density reversibly alters the metabolic spatial structure of exoelectrogenic anode biofilms. J. Power Sources. 356:566–571. [Supporting information]

Wu, S., W. He, W. Yang, Y. Ye, X. Huang, and B.E. Logan. 2017. Combined carbon mesh and small graphite fiber brush anodes to enhance and stabilize power generation in microbial fuel cells treating domestic wastewater. J. Power Sources. 356:348-355. [Supporting information]

Yang, W., K.-Y. Kim, P.E. Saikaly, and B.E. Logan. 2017. The impact of new cathode materials relative to baseline performance of microbial fuel cells all with the same architecture and solution chemistry. Energy Environ. Sci. 10:1025–1033.[Supporting information]

Yilmazel, Y.D., X. Zhu, D.E. Holmes, and B.E. Logan. 2017. Electrical current generation in microbial electrolysis cells by hyperthermophilic archaea Ferroglobus placidus and Geoglobus ahangari. Bioelectrochem. 119:142–149. [Supporting information]

Zhang, X., Q. Wang, X. Xia, W. He, X. Huang, and B.E. Logan. 2017. Addition of conductive particles to improve the performance of activated carbon air-cathodes in microbial fuel cells. Environ. Sci. Water Res. Technol. Technol. 3:806-810.

2016

Hari, A.R. K.P. Katuri, E. Gorron, B.E. Logan, and P.E. Saikaly. 2016.Multiple paths of electron flow to current in microbial electrolysis cells fed with low and high concentrations of propionate. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol.100(13):5999-6011.

He, W., M.J. Wallack, K-Y. Kim, X. Zhang, W. Yang, X. Zhu, Y. Feng, and B.E. Logan. 2016. The effect of flow modes and electrode combinations on the performance of a multiple module microbial fuel cell installed at a wastewater treatment plant. Water Res.105:351-360. [Supporting information]

He, W., W. Yang, Y. Tian, X. Zhu, Y. Feng, and B.E. Logan. 2016. Pressurized air cathodes for enhanced stability and power generation by microbial fuel cells. J. Power Sources. 332:447–453. [Supporting information]

He, W., X. Zhang, J. Liu, X. Zhu, Y. Feng, and B.E. Logan. 2016. Microbial fuel cells with an integrated spacer and separate anode and cathode modules. Environ. Sci. Water Res. Technol. 2:186-195. [Supporting information]

Kim, K-Y., W. Yang, Y. Ye, N. LaBarge, and B.E. Logan. 2016. Performance of anaerobic fluidized membrane bioreactors using effluents of microbial fuel cells treating domestic wastewater. Biores. Technol. 208:58-63. [Supporting information]

Kim, K.-Y., W. Yang, P.J. Evans, and B.E. Logan. 2016. Continuous treatment of high strength wastewaters using air-cathode microbial fuel cells. Biores. Technol. 221:96–101. [Supporting information]

LaBarge, N., Y. Ye, K.-Y. Kim, Y.D. Yilmazel, P. Hong, P.E. Saikaly, and B.E. Logan. 2016. Impact of acclimation methods on microbial communities and performance of anaerobic fluidized bed membrane bioreactors. Env. Sci Wat. Res. Technol. 2:1041-1048. [Supporting Information]

Tian, Y., W. He, X. Zhu, W. Yang, N. Ren and B.E. Logan. 2016. Energy efficient electrocoagulation using an air-breathing cathode to remove nutrients from wastewater. Chem. Eng. J. 292:308–314.

Wang, Q., L. Huang, Y. Pan, P. Zhou, X. Quan, B.E. Logan, and H. Chen. 2016. Cooperative cathode electrode and in situ deposited copper for subsequent enhancement of Cd(II) removal and hydrogen evolution in bioelectrochemical systems. Biores. Technol. 200:565–571. [Supporting information]

Werner, C.M., K.P. Katuri, A.R. Hari, W. Chen, Z. Lai, B.E. Logan, G.L Amy, and P.E. Saikaly. 2016. Graphene-coated nickel hollow fiber membrane as cathode electrode in anaerobic electrochemical membrane bioreactors – Effect of reactor configuration and applied voltage on membrane fouling and system performance. Environ. Sci. Technol. 50(8): 4439–4447.

Yang, W., and B.E. Logan. 2016. Immobilization of metal-nitrogen-carbon co-catalyst on activated carbon with enhanced cathode performance in microbial fuel cells. ChemSusChem. 9(16): 2226-2232. [Supporting information]

Yang, W., and B.E. Logan. 2016. Engineering a membrane based air cathode for microbial fuel cells via hot pressing and using multi-catalyst layer stacking. Environ. Sci. Water Res. Technol. 2(5): 858-863. [Supporting information]

Yang, W., V. Watson, and B.E. Logan. 2016. Substantial humic acid adsorption to activated carbon air cathode produces a small reduction in catalytic activity. Environ. Sci. Technol. 50(16): 8904–8909.

Ye, Y., N. LaBarge, H. Kashima, K.-Y. Kim, P. Hong, P.E. Saikaly, and B.E. Logan. 2016. An aerated and fluidized bed membrane bioreactor for effective wastewater treatment with low membrane fouling. Environ. Sci. Water Res. Technol. 2:994-1003. [Supporing information]

Ye, Y., X. Zhu and B.E. Logan. 2016. Effect of buffer charge on performance of air-cathodes used in microbial fuel cells. Electrochim. Acta. 194:441–447. [Supporting information]

Zhang, X., W. He, W. Yang, J. Liu, Q. Wang, P. Liang, X. Huang, and B.E. Logan. 2015. Diffusion layer characteristics for increasing performance of activated carbon air-cathodes in microbial fuel cells. Environ. Sci. Water Res. Technol. 2(2):235–406.

Zhang, X., W. He, R. Zhang, Q. Wang, P. Liang, X. Huang, B.E. Logan, and T.-P. Fellinger. 2016. High-performance carbon aerogel air-cathodes for microbial fuel cells. ChemSusChem. 9:2788 – 2795.

See the publications page for earlier years

Logan, B.E., M.J. Wallack, K.-Y. Kim, W. He, Y. Feng, and P. Saikaly. 2015. Assessment of microbial fuel cell configurations and power densities. Environ. Sci. Technol. Lett. 2(8):206-214. [Supporting information]

Kim, K.-Y, W. Yang and B.E. Logan. 2015. Impact of electrode configurations on retention time and domestic wastewater treatment efficiency using microbial fuel cells. Wat. Res. 80:41-46.[Supporting information]

Zhang, X., D. Pant, F. Zhang, J. Liu, and B.E. Logan. 2014. Long-term performance of chemically and physically modified activated carbons in microbial fuel cell air-cathodes. ChemElectroChem. 1(11):1859-1866.[Supporting information.]

Logan, B.E. and K. Rabaey. 2012. Conversion of wastes into bioelectricity and chemicals using microbial electrochemical technologies. Science, 337:686-690.

Cusick, R.D., Y. Kim, and B.E. Logan. 2012. Energy capture from thermolytic solutions in microbial reverse-electrodialysis cells. Science. 335:1474-1477. Abstract [Supporting Information]

Call, D.F., and B.E. Logan. 2011. A method for high throughput bioelectrochemical research based on small scale microbial electrolysis cells. Biosen. Bioelectron. 26(11): 4526-4531.

Logan, B.E. 2010. Scaling up microbial fuel cells and other bioelectrochemical systems. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 85(6):1665-1671.

Logan, B.E. 2009. Exoelectrogenic bacteria that power microbial fuel cells. Nature Rev. Microbiol., 7(5):375-381.

Logan, B.E., R.A. Rozendal, H.V.M. Hamelers, D. Call, S. Cheng, T.H.J.A. Sleutels, A.W. Jeremiasse. 2008. Microbial Electrolysis Cells for High Yield Hydrogen Gas Production from Organic Matter. Environ. Sci. Technol. 42(23):8630-8640.

Call, D. and B.E. Logan. 2008. Hydrogen Production in a Single Chamber Microbial Electrolysis Cell Lacking a Membrane. Environ. Sci. Technol.  42(9):3401-3406.

Logan, B.E., S. Cheng, V. Watson, and G. Estadt. 2007. Graphite Fiber Brush Anodes for Increased Power Production in Air-Cathode Microbial Fuel Cells. Environ. Sci. Technol., 41(9):3341-3346.

Cheng, S. and B.E. Logan. 2007. Ammonia treatment of carbon cloth anodes to enhance power generation of microbial fuel cells. Elec. Comm. 9, 492-496.

Logan, B.E., P. Aelterman, B. Hamelers, R. Rozendal, U. Schröeder, J. Keller, S. Freguiac, W. Verstraete, K. Rabaey. 2006. Microbial Fuel Cells: Methodology and Technology. Environ. Sci. Technol. 40(17):5181-5192. [#6 accessed paper for ES&T for 2006; #1 for for July – September 2006“Hot paper” in Chemistry, defined as one of 200 papers receiving the most citations in a 2 month period; 11-07; and 2-08]

 

 

 

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