Corrigendum to “Stable and high energy generation by a strain of Bacillus subtilis in a microbial fuel cell” (J. Power Sources 190 (2) (2009) 258–263)

Corrigendum to “Stable and high energy generation by a strain of Bacillus subtilis in a... The author's regret that errors were published in their manuscript. Please see list of corrections below. Errors in articles Corrections Abstract : A potential of 115 mV appeared to characterize the maximum power produced from a polarization test was 1.05 mW cm −2 at a resistance of 0.56 k. A potential of 115 mV appeared to characterize the maximum power produced from a polarization test was 1.05 μW cm −2 at a resistance of 0.56 k. Results and discussion 3.1. Stable and long-term power generation Second paragraph : The power curve shows a maximum of 24 mW at a low resistance of 0.56 k, then decreases with increasing external resistance (Fig. 2). At a higher resistance (10 k), a relatively lower power (0.28 mW cm −2 ) output was observed. While the maximum power 1.05 mW cm −2 was observed at a resistance of 0.56 k. The power curve shows a maximum of 24 μW at a low resistance of 0.56 k, then decreases with increasing external resistance (Fig. 2). At a higher resistance (10 k), a relatively lower power (0.28 μW cm −2 ) output was observed. While the maximum power 1.05 μW cm −2 was observed http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Power Sources Elsevier

Corrigendum to “Stable and high energy generation by a strain of Bacillus subtilis in a microbial fuel cell” (J. Power Sources 190 (2) (2009) 258–263)

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The author's regret that errors were published in their manuscript. Please see list of corrections below. Errors in articles Corrections Abstract : A potential of 115 mV appeared to characterize the maximum power produced from a polarization test was 1.05 mW cm −2 at a resistance of 0.56 k. A potential of 115 mV appeared to characterize the maximum power produced from a polarization test was 1.05 μW cm −2 at a resistance of 0.56 k. Results and discussion 3.1. Stable and long-term power generation Second paragraph : The power curve shows a maximum of 24 mW at a low resistance of 0.56 k, then decreases with increasing external resistance (Fig. 2). At a higher resistance (10 k), a relatively lower power (0.28 mW cm −2 ) output was observed. While the maximum power 1.05 mW cm −2 was observed at a resistance of 0.56 k. The power curve shows a maximum of 24 μW at a low resistance of 0.56 k, then decreases with increasing external resistance (Fig. 2). At a higher resistance (10 k), a relatively lower power (0.28 μW cm −2 ) output was observed. While the maximum power 1.05 μW cm −2 was observed

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