Faraday constant, Physics

Faraday constant; F (M. Faraday)

The electric charge carried through one mole of electrons (or singly-ionized ions). This is equivalent to the product of the Avogadro constant & the (absolute value of the) charge on an electron; this is 9.648 670 x 104 C/mol.

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