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Bioelectrochemical Systems (BESs) are innovative and sustainable devices. They combine biological and electrochemical processes to engineer sensors, treat wastewater and/or produce electricity, fuel or high-value chemicals. In BESs, scientists have managed to incorporate biological catalysts, i.e. enzymes and/or microorganisms, and make them work in advanced electrochemical cells. BESs operate under mild conditions — at close to ambient temperature and pressure and at circumneutral pH — and represent a sustainable alternative to precious metal-based systems. Incorporating biological catalysts into devices while maintaining their activity and achieving electrical communication with electrode surfaces is a critical challenge when trying to advance the field of BESs. From implantable enzymatic biosensors to microbial electrosynthesis, and from laboratory-scale systems and fundamental studies to marketed devices, this book provides a comprehensive overview of recent advances related to functional electrodes for BESs. Suitable for researchers and graduate students of chemistry, biochemistry, materials science and environmental science and technology. Contents: Fundamentals: Fundamentals of Enzymatic Electrochemical Systems (Victoria Flexer and Nicolas Brun) Fundamentals of Microbial Electrochemical Systems (Stefano Freguia, Kun Guo, and Pablo Ledezma) Continuum in Enzymatic and Microbial Bioelectrocatalysis (Frédéric Barrière) Electron Transfer Between Bacteria and Electrodes (Lucie Semenec, Sanja Aracic, Elizabeth R Mathews, and Ashley E Franks) Electrodes for Enzymatic Electrochemical Systems: Architectures of Enzyme Electrodes Using Redox Mediators (Victoria Flexer, Antonin Prévoteau, and Nicolas Brun) Functional Electrodes for Enzymatic Electrosynthesis (Lin Zhang, Mathieu Etienne, Neus Vilà, and Alain Walcarius) Redox Hydrogels as an Efficient Strategy for Immobilization of Enzymes at Electrode Interfaces (Joshua W Gallaway, and Scott Calabrese Barton) Conducting Polymer Hydrogels and Their Applications as Electrode Materials (Yu Zhao, Lanlan Li, Lijia Pan, Guihua Yu, and Yi Shi) Nanocarbon-Based Enzymatic Electrodes (Nicolas Brun, Mohammed Baccour, and Victoria Flexer) Carbonaceous Electrodes Featuring Tunable Mesopores for Use as Enzyme Electrodes (Seiya Tsujimura) Electrodes for Microbial Electrochemical Systems: Materials and Their Surface Modification for Use as Anode in Microbial Bioelectrochemical Systems (Kun Guo, Antonin Prévoteau, Sunil A Patil, and Korneel Rabaey) Electrodes for Cathodic Microbial Electrosynthesis Processes: Key-Developments and Criteria for Effective Research and Implementation (Ludovic Jourdin and David Strik) Non-Carbonaceous Electrodes for Microbial Electrochemical Systems (Hernán Romeo, Diego Massazza, Rodrigo Parra, and Juan Pablo Busalmen) Imaging and Characterization of Bioelectrodes: Imaging and Characterization of Microbial Electrodes (Yang Lu and Bogdan C Donose) Spectroscopic Methods for Characterizing Redox Chemistry at Metalloprotein-Modified Electrodes (Philip A Ash and Kylie A Vincent) Spectroelectrochemistry of Microbial Biofilms (Diego Millo and Bernardino Virdis) Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy: A New Tool for Studying Enzymatic Reactions (Dodzi Zigah and Olivier Fontaine) Readership: Suitable for researchers, postgraduate and graduate students of chemistry, biochemistry and environmental science and technology. Keywords:Bioelectrochemical Systems (BESs);Functional Electrodes;Bioelectrochemistry;Energy Storage;Energy Conversion;Electrosynthesis;Enzymatic BiosensorsReview:0

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