Biological batteries in use

Biological batteries turn chemical energy into electrical energy using living things or processes. They come in various forms, such as microbial fuel cells, enzymatic fuel cells, and biological sun cells. Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) use microorganisms to oxidise organic matter and generate electrical current. These devices can potentially be used for wastewater treatment and energy generation. One challenge with MFCs is improving their efficiency and stability.

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