Faraday’s Constant

Faraday’s constant can be defined as the quantity of electricity required to deposit 1 gram equivalent weight of a substance. It is denoted by F.

It is calculated by multiplying the charge of one electron by the Avogadro constant.

1 Faraday = 9.648 70 x 104, coulombs/faraday (C mol-1).

So, numerically, 1 F = 96500 Coulombs

Also, one Faraday is equal to one mole of electron.

 

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