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Bert Hamelers researcher Wikidata

Hamelers, Hubertus Victor Marie, 1958- ISNI National Library of the Netherlands German National Library

VIAF ID: 199167942 (Personal)

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Advanced bioconversion of biowaste for production of a peat substitute and renewable energy. Wikidata
Analysis and improvement of a scaled-up and stacked microbial fuel cell Wikidata
Analysis of bio-anode performance through electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. Wikidata
Butler-Volmer-Monod model for describing bio-anode polarization curves Wikidata
Cathode potential and mass transfer determine performance of oxygen reducing biocathodes in microbial fuel cells Wikidata
Concurrent bio-electricity and biomass production in three Plant-Microbial Fuel Cells using Spartina anglica, Arundinella anomala and Arundo donax Wikidata
Direct power production from a water salinity difference in a membrane-modified supercapacitor flow cell Wikidata
Effect of mass and charge transport speed and direction in porous anodes on microbial electrolysis cell performance Wikidata
Effect of toxic components on microbial fuel cell-polarization curves and estimation of the type of toxic inhibition. Wikidata
Effects of ammonium concentration and charge exchange on ammonium recovery from high strength wastewater using a microbial fuel cell. Wikidata
Energy from CO2 using capacitive electrodes - a model for energy extraction cycles Wikidata
The flat-plate plant-microbial fuel cell: the effect of a new design on internal resistances Wikidata
Fluidized capacitive bioanode as a novel reactor concept for the microbial fuel cell. Wikidata
Hydrogen production with a microbial biocathode. Wikidata
Impact of wire geometry in energy extraction from salinity differences using capacitive technology Wikidata
Improving medium chain fatty acid productivity using chain elongation by reducing the hydraulic retention time in an upflow anaerobic filter. Wikidata
Long-term performance of a plant microbial fuel cell with Spartina anglica Wikidata
A mathematical model for composting kinetics National Library of the Netherlands
Microbial fuel cell operation with continuous biological ferrous iron oxidation of the catholyte. Wikidata
New applications and performance of bioelectrochemical systems. Wikidata
New plant-growth medium for increased power output of the Plant-Microbial Fuel Cell Wikidata
NH3, N2O and CH4 emissions during passively aerated composting of straw-rich pig manure. Wikidata
Performance of single chamber biocatalyzed electrolysis with different types of ion exchange membranes Wikidata
Reduction of pH buffer requirement in bioelectrochemical systems. Wikidata
Renewable sustainable biocatalyzed electricity production in a photosynthetic algal microbial fuel cell (PAMFC). Wikidata
Rhizosphere anode model explains high oxygen levels during operation of a Glyceria maxima PMFC Wikidata
Selective inhibition of methanogenesis to enhance ethanol and n-butyrate production through acetate reduction in mixed culture fermentation. Wikidata
Solar energy powered microbial fuel cell with a reversible bioelectrode Wikidata
Sources of Cd, Cu, Pb and Zn in biowaste. Wikidata
Stabilizing the baseline current of a microbial fuel cell-based biosensor through overpotential control under non-toxic conditions. Wikidata
TEWI-benadering mestbewerking en -verwerking : eindrapport National Library of the Netherlands
Towards practical implementation of bioelectrochemical wastewater treatment. Wikidata
Use of biocompatible buffers to reduce the concentration overpotential for hydrogen evolution. Wikidata
Water Desalination with Wires Wikidata

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