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Simplifying Statement. (Optional) See textbook for more identities. DeMorgan. Distributive law. The DeMorgan's Law allows us to always “move the NOT inside” . Foundation of Computer Science Notes pdf files - MFCS Notes pdf Note: These notes are according to the R09 Syllabus book of JNTU. Download Mathematical Foundation of Computer Science Notes Pdf. We provide ananewemcha.ga Mathematical Foundation of Computer Science MFCS lecture notes.

Graph Classes: A Survey A. Le, J. Excellent overview of graph classes with lots of references, but no proofs.

On reserve for 3-hour loan from the Davis Centre library. Planar graphs: theory and algorithms T. Nishizeki, N. Chiba , North-Holland publisher, Decent reference for planar graphs, but a bit old. On reserve for 3-hour loan from the Davis Centre library, call number QA1. N no.

Planar graph drawing T. Nishizeki, Md. In fact, it has been established that anions bind with the catalysts deactivating Pt within few days of operation [28] , [29] , [30]. Hence, efforts have been directed towards the utilization of both amorphous as well as graphitized carbonaceous materials such as activated carbon AC [31] , [32] , [33] , [34] , [35] , carbon nanofibers [36] , [37] , [38] , modified carbon blacks [39] , [40] , graphene [41] , [42] , [43] and carbon nanotubes [44] , [45] , [46] , [47] as cathode catalysts for ORR in microbial fuel cells.

These graphitized nanostructures have a great potential to be utilized as ORR catalysts or as support materials due to their high surface areas, long term stability in polluted conditions, mechanical strength and more importantly, highly electrical conductivities [48] , [49]. Still, overpotentials remain high and the electrocatalytic activity in neutral media is questionable.

Electrical conductivity can be even more enhanced by mixing carbon black with AC during the preparation of the cathode [50]. In literature, there are only a few number of studies that have utilized graphene materials at the cathode of MFCs [42] , [43] , [51].

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Also, most graphitized materials fabricated using conventional techniques such as chemical vapor deposition or other electrochemical exfoliation techniques usually lack the porous morphology that is required for facilitating mass transport kinetics of oxygen and water into and out of the ORR active sites in the catalyst. Another problem concerning MFCs is the quality of the current output that is not easily usable for practical applications.

It has also been showed that intermittent operating mode allows to harvest a higher quantity of energy from working MFCs and a better utilization in practical applications [58] , [59]. It has been shown previously the incorporation of internal supercapacitor inside MFCs in which the supercapacitive features of the MFC anode and cathode are exploited as negative and positive electrode of a supercapacitor [60] , [61] , [62] , [63].

In those cases, MFC was working in pulsed and intermittent mode [60] , [61] , [62] , [63]. The latter operating mode is preferable to deliver higher energy and power as previously demonstrated [58] , [59]. This cell observation continued for 60 days and the final voltage gained of mV.

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Strick et al. On the other hand, Khare and Bundela [15] reported mV voltage using waste water from food industries. In contrast with above two results, the maximum voltage generation was recorded from in this study using only kitchen wastes in a one-chamber MFC. In Figure 5 , sample V contained pure sewage sludge to observe the variation of voltage generation with the time.

From the second day, the voltage generation was high; but within the time, the voltage output decreased gradually like sample IV. Jati [16] and Hamzah [17] reported due to the presence of nutrients sewage sludge which supports the growth of microorganisms and accelerate the electricity production in very short time.

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But it lowered from mV to mV 2 - 7 days. This sample showed much higher values of voltage generation compared with the other four samples.

This way shows us an effective solution to manage the vast nutrient rich sewage sludge from the commercial and industrial areas and convert it constantly something beneficial to the human kind. In addition, the use of these sewage sludge helps from the drainage problems in urban areas also.

However, using only the sewage sludge and the peak voltage gained mV at the 13th day from the microbial fuel cell. The final voltage of this cell was also plentiful which presented mV voltage output at 60th day.

Relationship between Voltage Output and Current Density Always there is definite relationship between voltage output and current density. Figure 6 represents the relationship between voltage generation current in the MFCs at the 2nd week of operation.

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It shows that the relationship is almost linear. This linear curve indicates how stable the MFCs continue voltage generation as a function of current production with time [18] and the relationship stated that a stable voltage generation. These values indicate that mixed samples voltage production rate was initially low whereas the rate for pure samples was high at initial stage.

Effect of Mixing Ratio on Voltage Generation Sewage sludge and organic wastes were mixed with a ratio of the same volume to produce bioelectricity in a one chambered microbial fuel cell MFC under anaerobic condition. It means sewage sludge has the potential for bioelectricity production as a resource recovery option. Green energy production is presented as one of the ways of fulfilling alternative fuel demands of the future and to overcome the global energy crisis [18].

Similarly, sample IV had a sustaining voltage from 1st week to 6th week after sample V. And other samples voltage generation was low and stable.

From the sample I, II and III, it shows that co-digestion of organic waste and sewage sludge produce less amount of voltage and more production days required for microbial activity.It has been shown previously the incorporation of internal supercapacitor inside MFCs in which the supercapacitive features of the MFC anode and cathode are exploited as negative and positive electrode of a supercapacitor [60] , [61] , [62] , [63].

The inks were deposited onto the glassy carbon disk via drop casting method with a loading of 0. Le, J. However, the reduction of oxygen has several limitations due to the unfriendly environment in which the reaction takes place.

Materials and method 2. The latter operating mode is preferable to deliver higher energy and power as previously demonstrated [58] , [59]. The mixed sample II was kept 4 days aside to start over the activities of the microorganisms to degrade the organic wastes and sewage sludge. Also, most graphitized materials fabricated using conventional techniques such as chemical vapor deposition or other electrochemical exfoliation techniques usually lack the porous morphology that is required for facilitating mass transport kinetics of oxygen and water into and out of the ORR active sites in the catalyst.

At 28th day, the voltages were started to decrease gradually with time as the supply of food was used up by the bacteria. Within lexical semantics , especially as applied to computers, modeling word meaning is easier when a given word is understood in terms of related words; semantic networks are therefore important in computational linguistics.

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