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Concentration Responses Of Toxicity Sensor With Shewanella Oneidensis MR-1 Growing In Bioelectrochemical Systems.

X. Wang, N. Gao, Qixing Zhou
Published 2013 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Bioelectrochemical systems (BESs) provide an opportunity to detect biological toxicity of water samples. However, the concentration responses of toxins had not been investigated in detail. Using formaldehyde as a toxic substance, the current responses were analyzed over a concentration range from 0.01% to 0.10% in a single chambered BES with 0mV (versus saturated calomel electrode) applied on the anode. The decay percentages of currents increased in proportion with the concentration of formaldehyde after 10000s (∼2.8h), with the peak R(2) of 0.9361 observed at 35,000s (∼9.7h). Fitting results of exponential decay equation showed that the magnification factor (a) closely related with baseline currents and the toxicity factor (b) was in direct proportion to formaldehyde concentration (from 0% to 0.08%) except over the high concentration of 0.10%. These results provide preliminary information about toxin concentration responses in BESs.
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