The quantity of electric charge carried by one mole of electrons (equal to roughly 96,490 coulombs). Compare with faraday.
- Faraday's constant (9.65 x 104 Coulombs/mole) is important in expressing electrical component of energy of a thermodynamic system.
- This is the basis of Faraday's constant, which is calculated by multiplying the charge of one electron with the number of electrons in one mole.
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