Hyung-Sool Lee
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A kinetic perspective on extracellular electron transfer by anode-respiring bacteria
CI Torres, AK Marcus, HS Lee, P Parameswaran, R Krajmalnik-Brown, ...
FEMS microbiology reviews 34 (1), 3-17, 2010
4352010
Evaluation of energy-conversion efficiencies in microbial fuel cells (MFCs) utilizing fermentable and non-fermentable substrates
HS Lee, P Parameswaran, A Kato-Marcus, CI Torres, BE Rittmann
Water research 42 (6-7), 1501-1510, 2008
3622008
Biological hydrogen production: prospects and challenges
HS Lee, WFJ Vermaas, BE Rittmann
Trends in biotechnology 28 (5), 262-271, 2010
3162010
Syntrophic interactions among anode respiring bacteria (ARB) and Non‐ARB in a biofilm anode: electron balances
P Parameswaran, CI Torres, HS Lee, R Krajmalnik‐Brown, BE Rittmann
Biotechnology and bioengineering 103 (3), 513-523, 2009
2032009
Thermodynamic evaluation on H2 production in glucose fermentation
HS Lee, MB Salerno, BE Rittmann
Environmental science & technology 42 (7), 2401-2407, 2008
1602008
Fate of H2 in an Upflow Single-Chamber Microbial Electrolysis Cell Using a Metal-Catalyst-Free Cathode
HS Lee, CI Torres, P Parameswaran, BE Rittmann
Environmental science & technology 43 (20), 7971-7976, 2009
1592009
Significance of biological hydrogen oxidation in a continuous single-chamber microbial electrolysis cell
HS Lee, BE Rittmann
Environmental science & technology 44 (3), 948-954, 2009
1362009
Effects of substrate diffusion and anode potential on kinetic parameters for anode-respiring bacteria
HS Lee, CI Torres, BE Rittmann
Environmental science & technology 43 (19), 7571-7577, 2009
1332009
A μL-scale micromachined microbial fuel cell having high power density
S Choi, HS Lee, Y Yang, P Parameswaran, CI Torres, BE Rittmann, ...
Lab on a Chip 11 (6), 1110-1117, 2011
1172011
Miniaturizing microbial fuel cells for potential portable power sources: promises and challenges
H Ren, HS Lee, J Chae
Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 13 (3), 353-381, 2012
1042012
Wastewater treatment in a hybrid biological reactor using powdered minerals: effects of organic loading rates on COD removal and nitrification
HS Lee, SJ Park, TI Yoon
Process Biochemistry 38 (1), 81-88, 2002
1032002
A paper-based microbial fuel cell: Instant battery for disposable diagnostic devices
A Fraiwan, S Mukherjee, S Sundermier, HS Lee, S Choi
Biosensors and bioelectronics 49, 410-414, 2013
1012013
Evaluation of metabolism using stoichiometry in fermentative biohydrogen
HS Lee, BE Rittmann
Biotechnology and bioengineering 102 (3), 749-758, 2009
972009
Carbonate species as OH− carriers for decreasing the pH gradient between cathode and anode in biological fuel cells
CI Torres, HS Lee, BE Rittmann
Environmental science & technology 42 (23), 8773-8777, 2008
962008
Comparison of pilot scale performances between membrane bioreactor and hybrid conventional wastewater treatment systems
TI Yoon, HS Lee, CG Kim
Journal of Membrane Science 242 (1-2), 5-12, 2004
912004
Hydrogen consumption in microbial electrochemical systems (MXCs): the role of homo-acetogenic bacteria
P Parameswaran, CI Torres, HS Lee, BE Rittmann, R Krajmalnik-Brown
Bioresource technology 102 (1), 263-271, 2011
872011
A critical review on inhibition of dark biohydrogen fermentation
E Elbeshbishy, BR Dhar, G Nakhla, HS Lee
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 79, 656-668, 2017
832017
Using a pulsed electric field as a pretreatment for improved biosolids digestion and methanogenesis
MB Salerno, HS Lee, P Parameswaran, BE Rittmann
Water environment research 81 (8), 831-839, 2009
782009
Full-scale application of focused-pulsed pre-treatment for improving biosolids digestion and conversion to methane
BE Rittmann, H Lee, H Zhang, J Alder, JE Banaszak, R Lopez
Water Science and Technology 58 (10), 1895-1901, 2008
782008
Hydrogen production from sugar beet juice using an integrated biohydrogen process of dark fermentation and microbial electrolysis cell
BR Dhar, E Elbeshbishy, H Hafez, HS Lee
Bioresource technology 198, 223-230, 2015
742015
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