Define the faraday.

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Define the faraday.

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The value of one Faraday in Coulombs per mole of electrons can be derived from the Avogadro's number divided by the number of electrons present in 1 Coulomb.

{eq}\begin{aligned} 1\;Faraday\;&=\;\frac{6.022\times10^{23}}{6.24\times10^{18}\;\frac{mole\;electrons}{Coulomb}}\\ 1\;Faraday\;&=\;9.65\times10^{4}\;\frac{Coulombs}{mole\;electrons}\\ \end{aligned} {/eq}

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One Faraday is 96,485 Coulombs per one mole of electrons.

{eq}1\;Faraday\;=\;\frac{96,485\;Coulombs}{1\;mole\;electrons} {/eq}

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