Faradays second law of electrolysis, Physics

Faraday's second law of electrolysis:

The charge Q needed to deposit or liberate a mass m is proportional to the charge z of the mass, the ion and inversely proportional to the relative ionic mass M; mathematically specking,

Q = F m z/M.

 

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