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An electrochemical system was developed to produce hydrogen from organic compounds present in the products of human excretion. The electrochemical reactions were separated into two compartments: the oxidation of organic matter in an anodic half-cell and the production of hydrogen by the reduction of hydronium ions present in the chemical equilibrium of the water in a cathodic half-cell. A membrane system separates the half-cells and a system of electric bridges compensates the current flowfatcat:xlhv33jb4bfalkwfnzo4iwkh5i