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Title: Possibility of direct electricity production from waste canola oil
Authors: Włodarczyk, Paweł
Włodarczyk, Barbara
Kalinichenko, Antonina
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: E3S Web of Conferences 19
Citation: Włodarczyk P., Włodarczyk B., Kalinichenko A. (2017) Possibility of direct electricity production from waste canola oil. [w:] E3S Web of Conferences 19, 01019, DOI: 10.1051/e3sconf/20171901019
Series/Report no.: ;01019
Abstract: Powering high-efficiency devices, such as fuel cells, with waste products will allow for a broader development of renewable energy sources and utilisation of by- products. This publication presents the possibility of electrooxidation of the emulsion of waste rapeseed oil, prepared on the basis of the detergent Syntanol DS-10. The process of electrooxidation was carried out on platinum electrode in alkaline (KOH) and acidic (H2SO4) electrolyte, in the temperature range of 293-333 K. In each analysed case the process of electrooxidation took place. The maximum current density obtained was 7 mA⋅cm-2. Thus, it has been shown that it is possible to generate electricity directly from the emulsion of the waste rapeseed oil.
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