204th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Co-sponsored in Part by the Electronics Division of The American Ceramic Society

October 12-October 16, 2003


U1 - Biological Fuel Cells

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry/Energy Technology/Physical Electrochemistry/Battery/Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering

Wednesday, October 15, 2003

Cloister North, Lobby Level

Electron Transfer and Anodes

Co-Chairs: J.D. Burgess and P. Atanassov

10:001221 Reversible Bioelectrocatalytic H2/2H+ Reaction Using Bacterial Whole Cells as Catalysts - T. Ikeda (Kyoto University)
10:301222 Diaphorase/Naphthoquinone Derivative-modified Electrode for Diffusion-controlled Oxidation of NADH as an Anode for an Electrochemical Cell - A. Sato, T. Hatazawa (Sony Corporation), K. Kano, and T. Ikeda (Kyoto University)
10:451223 Evaluating Adsorption and Charge Transfer of Redox Enzymes Bound to Carbon Supports - W. Johnston, M. Cooney, and B. Liaw (University of Hawaii)
11:001224 Direct Electron Transfer Between Cytochrome c and Graphite Microelectrodes - S.-T. Yau (Hunter College of CUNY)
11:151225 Development of Bioanodes Using Salt-Extracted Quaternary Ammonium Bromide/Nafion Membranes to Immobilize Dehydrogenase Enzymes - C. Moore, N. Akers, and S. Minteer (Saint Louis University)
11:301226 Enzymes as Electrocatalysts for Hydrogen Fuel Electrodes - A. Karyakin, S. Morozov, E. Karyakina, and S. Varfolomeyev (M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University)
11:451227 A Cholesterol Consuming Anode Placed Adjacent to Single Living Cells - J. Burgess, A. Devadoss, S. Palencsár, and M. Bokoch (Case Western Reserve University)

Materials and Cathodes

Co-Chairs: T. Ikeda and S.D. Minteer

2:001228 Biologically Active Sol-Gel Derived Electrode Materials for Biofuel Cells - F. Bonet, E. Lan, and B. Dunn (University of California at Los Angeles)
2:401229 Design of Biomimetic O2 Electro Reduction Catalysts Self-Assembled on Oxide Supports in Neutral Aqueous Solution: A Cathode for a Bio Fuel Cell in Physiological Solution - D. Gervasio, L. Palmer, C.F. Chou, and F. Zenhausern (Center for Applied Nano BioScience)
3:001230 Mediated Bioelectrocatalytic Reduction of Dioxygen to Water via Bilirubin Oxidase near Neutral pH - S. Tsujimura, K. Kano, and T. Ikeda (Kyoto University)
3:20 Twenty-Minute Intermission
3:401231 Laccase Electrodes for Fuel Cell Cathodes - W. Farneth, M. D'Amore, B. Diner, M. Harmer, and T. Gierke (DuPont Co. - Central Research and Development Dept.)
4:001232 Laccase-Catalyzed Direct Electron Transfer: Application in Gas-Diffusion Air Cathodes for Biofuel Cells - V. Rajendran, G. Gupta, D. Appel, and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)
4:201233 Biopower Sources Fuels for the Future - Y. Ferry, F. Barriere, and D. Leech (NUI)
4:401234 Fuel Tolerance of Biocatalytic Oxygen Electrodes - Y. Sun and S. Calabrese Barton (Columbia University)

Thursday, October 16, 2003

Sapphire Room, Ground Level

Transport and Systems

Co-Chairs: S. Calabrese Barton and T. Van Nguyen

8:001235 Development and Design of Enzymatic Biofuel Cells - V. Rajendran, F. Colon, and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)
8:201236 Monopolar Fuel Cell Array with Chaotic Mixing Chevrons for Using Plant-derived Sugars as Fuel - M. Beggans, S. Kravitz, C. Tigges, J. Flemming, K. Peterson, G. Benavides, D. Ingersoll, T. Swiler, and M. Griffith (Sandia National Laboratory)
8:401237 Modeling and Simulation of Microfluidic Biofuel Cells - S.(K. Krishnamoorthy, J.J. Feng (CFD Research Corporation), and G.T.R. Palmore (Brown University)
9:001238 Construction of Bio-fuel Cells Using Catalytic Electrodes for Oxidation of Sugars and Reduction of Oxygen - I. Taniguchi, D. Tabata, H. Kusuda, T. Koga (Kumamoto University), and T. Sotomura (Matushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd)
9:201239 Effect of Different Catholytic Oxidants on the Performance of a Biocatalytic Methanol Fuel Cell - X.-C. Zhang, A. Ranta, and A. Halme (Helsinki University of Technology)
9:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission
10:001240 Biofuel Cells: A Perspective - A. Heller (The University of Texas at Austin)
10:401241 Generation of Electrical Power in Living Plant - N. Mano (The University of Texas at Austin), F. Mao (TheraSense, Inc.), and A. Heller (The University of Texas at Austin)
11:001242 Measuring Percutaneous Hydrogen Delivery for Implantable Fuel Cell Applications - B. Kienitz, H. Baskaran, C. Karuppaiah, and T. Zawodzinski (Case Western Reserve University)
11:201243 A Hybrid Biofuel Cell Approach Using Cellular Disruption - S. Wilkinson (University of South Florida) and S. Applegarth (James A. Haley ,Veterans' Administration Medical Center)
11:401244 Bioelectrochemical Hydrogen Production by Enterobacter aerogenes - T. Yagishita and C. Kobayashi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)