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What does BFC stand for?

BFC stands for Biofuel Cell

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Their topics include a general set of bioheat transfer equations based on the volume averaging theory, hydrodynamics in porous media with applications to tissue engineering, using porous media theory to determine the coil volume needed to arrest flow in brain aneurysms, modeling perspectives on skin electroporation, biotechnological and biomedical applications of magnetically stabilized fluidized beds, and in situ characterizations of porous media for applications in biofuel cells.
These devices have been variously referred to as biochemical fuel cells, biological fuel cells, and biofuel cells.
Updated sections on PEM fuel cells, Molten carbonate cells, Solid Oxide cells and Biofuel cells - Updated material to reflect the growing commercial acceptance of stationary and portable fuel cell systems, while also recognizing the ongoing research in automotive fuel cell systems - A new example of a regional system based on renewable energy sources reflects the growing international attention to uses of renewable energy as part of the energy grid - Examples of life cycle analysis of environmental and social impacts Key Topics Covered: 1.
Among their topics are hydrogen reactions on nanostructured surfaces, designing palladium-based alloy electrocatalysts for hydrogen oxidation reaction in fuel cells, biocathodes for dioxygen reduction in biofuel cells, the importance of enzymes as benchmarkes for electrocatalysts, an approach to microbial fuel cells and their applications, fuel cells with neat proton-conducting salt electrolytes, the electronic structure and reactivity of transition metal complexes, understanding electrocatalysts for low-temperature fuel cells, and the operando X-ray absorption spectroscopy of polymer electrolyte fuel cells, ([c]2010 Book News, Inc.
Key Topics Covered: Part 1 Fundamentals of implantable systems: Materials for implantable systems - Material-tissue interfaces in implantable systems - Packaging and coating materials for implantable systems - Microassembly and micropackaging of implantable systems - Electrode array design and fabrication for implantable systems - Biofuel cells as sustainable power sources for implantable systems.