A Microfiltration Polymer-Based Hollow-Fiber Cathode as a Promising Advanced Material for Simultaneous Recovery of Energy and Water

K.P. Katuri, N.M.S. Bettahalli, X. Wang, G. Matar, S. Chisca, S.P. Nunes, P.E. Saikaly
Advanced Materials 28, pp. 9504-9511, (2016)

A Microfiltration Polymer-Based Hollow-Fiber Cathode as a Promising Advanced Material for Simultaneous Recovery of Energy and Water

Keywords

Microfiltration, Hollow-Fiber Cathode, Advanced Material, Wastewater

Abstract

​A novel electrocatalytic and microfiltration polymeric hollow fiber is fabricated for simultaneous recovery of energy (H2) and clean fresh water from wastewater, hence addressing two grand challenges facing society in the current century (i.e., providing adequate supply of clean fresh water and energy as the world's population increases).

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DOI: 10.1002/adma.201603074

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