. 1 Faraday can be defined as
A: the magnitude of the charge of 1 mole of electrons
B: the magnitude of the electric dipole
C: a fundamental constant of nature equal to 6.63×10-34 J s/photon
D: a constant that accounts for the existence of ions in solution
E: the assignment of charges to individual atoms
- The charge in mole of electrons is called as the Faraday Constant, F.
- It can be calculated by multiplying the Avogadro constant by the charge of one electron.
- 1 Faraday =9.64870×104 coulombs/faraday
The correct option is A: the magnitude of the charge of 1 mole of electrons