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Obtaining Hydrogen Using PWM Controlled Constant Current Source
Currently, there is a high demand of new energy sources that are easy to find and use. Water, made up of hydrogen and oxygen, is not a fossil fuel and is inexhaustible on our planet and everywhere in the universe. This common element is seen as the best renewable and non-polluting fuel on the planet. Ever since the beginning of the 20th century, a solution has been sought to use hydrogen instead of conventional fuels. This work proposes an optimized PWM adjustable current source, with a frequency corelated to the water dissociation frequencies. The current source was realized and tested for electrolysis.