Faraday constant


General Science

  • noun the electric charge carried by one mole of electrons, equal to 9.64853 x 104 coulombs per mole.
  • prefix one thousandth of a million millionth (10-15).


  • Its symbol is F. A physical constant equal to approximately 9.64853 × 104 coulombs per mole. Its formula is: F = NA · e, where NA is Avogadro's number, and e is the electron charge. It is equal to the electric charge carried by a mole of electrons, or by a mole of singly-charged ions. Also called faraday.
  • symbolF


  • symbol the hexadecimal number equivalent to decimal number 15

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