Falk Harnisch
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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
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
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
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
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
Microbial electrochemistry and technology: terminology and classification
U Schröder, F Harnisch, LT Angenent
Energy & Environmental Science 8 (2), 513-519, 2015
Subcritical water as reaction environment: fundamentals of hydrothermal biomass transformation
M Möller, P Nilges, F Harnisch, U Schröder
ChemSusChem 4 (5), 566-579, 2011
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
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
Tungsten carbide as electrocatalyst for the hydrogen evolution reaction in pH neutral electrolyte solutions
F Harnisch, G Sievers, U Schröder
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 89 (3-4), 455-458, 2009
Layered corrugated electrode macrostructures boost microbial bioelectrocatalysis
S Chen, G He, Q Liu, F Harnisch, Y Zhou, Y Chen, M Hanif, S Wang, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 5 (12), 9769-9772, 2012
Effects of substrate and metabolite crossover on the cathodic oxygen reduction reaction in microbial fuel cells: platinum vs. iron (II) phthalocyanine based electrodes
F Harnisch, S Wirth, U Schröder
Electrochemistry Communications 11 (11), 2253-2256, 2009
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
Electroactive mixed culture derived biofilms in microbial bioelectrochemical systems: the role of pH on biofilm formation, performance and composition
SA Patil, F Harnisch, C Koch, T Hübschmann, I Fetzer, ...
Bioresource technology 102 (20), 9683-9690, 2011
Selectivity versus mobility: separation of anode and cathode in microbial bioelectrochemical systems
F Harnisch, U Schröder
ChemSusChem: Chemistry & Sustainability Energy & Materials 2 (10), 921-926, 2009
The study of electrochemically active microbial biofilms on different carbon-based anode materials in microbial fuel cells
Y Liu, F Harnisch, K Fricke, U Schröder, V Climent, JM Feliu
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 25 (9), 2167-2171, 2010
Cyclic voltammetric analysis of the electron transfer of Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 and nanofilament and cytochrome knock-out mutants
AA Carmona-Martinez, F Harnisch, LA Fitzgerald, JC Biffinger, ...
Bioelectrochemistry 81 (2), 74-80, 2011
Independently silencing two JAR family members impairs levels of trypsin proteinase inhibitors but not nicotine
L Wang, R Halitschke, JH Kang, A Berg, F Harnisch, IT Baldwin
Planta 226 (1), 159-167, 2007
Electroactive mixed culture biofilms in microbial bioelectrochemical systems: the role of temperature for biofilm formation and performance
SA Patil, F Harnisch, B Kapadnis, U Schröder
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 26 (2), 803-808, 2010
Heat treated soil as convenient and versatile source of bacterial communities for microbial electricity generation
J Niessen, F Harnisch, M Rosenbaum, U Schröder, F Scholz
Electrochemistry Communications 8 (5), 869-873, 2006
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