Uwe Schröder
Uwe Schröder
Professor, Institute of Biochemistry, University of Greifswald
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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
Anodic electron transfer mechanisms in microbial fuel cells and their energy efficiency
U Schröder
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 9 (21), 2619-2629, 2007
Water-induced accelerated ion diffusion: voltammetric studies in 1-methyl-3-[2, 6-(S)-dimethylocten-2-yl] imidazolium tetrafluoroborate, 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium …
U Schröder, JD Wadhawan, RG Compton, F Marken, PAZ Suarez, ...
New Journal of Chemistry 24 (12), 1009-1015, 2000
Challenges and constraints of using oxygen cathodes in microbial fuel cells
F Zhao, F Harnisch, U Schröder, F Scholz, P Bogdanoff, I Herrmann
Environmental science & technology 40 (17), 5193-5199, 2006
Application of pyrolysed iron (II) phthalocyanine and CoTMPP based oxygen reduction catalysts as cathode materials in microbial fuel cells
F Zhao, F Harnisch, U Schröder, F Scholz, P Bogdanoff, I Herrmann
Electrochemistry communications 7 (12), 1405-1410, 2005
A generation of microbial fuel cells with current outputs boosted by more than one order of magnitude
U Schröder, J Nießen, F Scholz
Angewandte Chemie 115 (25), 2986-2989, 2003
On the use of cyclic voltammetry for the study of anodic electron transfer in microbial fuel cells
K Fricke, F Harnisch, U Schröder
Energy & Environmental Science 1 (1), 144-147, 2008
Electrochemistry of immobilized particles and droplets
F Scholz, U Schröder, R Gulaboski, A Doménech-Carbó
Springer, 2005
Microbial electrochemistry and technology: terminology and classification
U Schröder, F Harnisch, LT Angenent
Energy & Environmental Science 8 (2), 513-519, 2015
Bioelectrochemical Systems: from extracellular electron transfer to biotechnological application
K Rabaey, L Angenent, U Schröder, J Keller
IWA publishing, 2010
Exploiting complex carbohydrates for microbial electricity generation–a bacterial fuel cell operating on starch
J Niessen, U Schröder, F Scholz
Electrochemistry Communications 6 (9), 955-958, 2004
From MFC to MXC: chemical and biological cathodes and their potential for microbial bioelectrochemical systems
F Harnisch, U Schröder
Chemical Society Reviews 39 (11), 4433-4448, 2010
Subcritical water as reaction environment: fundamentals of hydrothermal biomass transformation
M Möller, P Nilges, F Harnisch, U Schröder
ChemSusChem 4 (5), 566-579, 2011
Electrospun and solution blown three-dimensional carbon fiber nonwovens for application as electrodes in microbial fuel cells
S Chen, H Hou, F Harnisch, SA Patil, AA Carmona-Martinez, S Agarwal, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 4 (4), 1417-1421, 2011
The ins and outs of microorganism–electrode electron transfer reactions
A Kumar, LHH Hsu, P Kavanagh, F Barrière, PNL Lens, L Lapinsonnière, ...
Nature Reviews Chemistry 1, 24, 2017
Does it have to be carbon? Metal anodes in microbial fuel cells and related bioelectrochemical systems
A Baudler, I Schmidt, M Langner, A Greiner, U Schröder
Energy & Environmental Science 8 (7), 2048-2055, 2015
Improvement of the anodic bioelectrocatalytic activity of mixed culture biofilms by a simple consecutive electrochemical selection procedure
Y Liu, F Harnisch, K Fricke, R Sietmann, U Schröder
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 24 (4), 1006-1011, 2008
Electrochemical analysis of solids. A review
T Grygar, F Marken, U Schröder, F Scholz
Collection of Czechoslovak chemical communications 67 (2), 163-208, 2002
Fluorinated polyanilines as superior materials for electrocatalytic anodes in bacterial fuel cells
J Niessen, U Schröder, M Rosenbaum, F Scholz
Electrochemistry Communications 6 (6), 571-575, 2004
The suitability of monopolar and bipolar ion exchange membranes as separators for biological fuel cells
F Harnisch, U Schröder, F Scholz
Environmental science & technology 42 (5), 1740-1746, 2008
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