Faraday laws


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Far·a·day laws

(far'ă-dā),
1. the amount of an electrolyte decomposed by an electric current is proportional to the amount of the current;
2. when the same current is passed through several electrolytes, the amounts of the different substances decomposed are proportional to their chemical equivalents.
[Michael Faraday]

Far·a·day laws

(far'ă-dā lawz)
1. The amount of an electrolyte decomposed by an electric current is proportional to the amount of the current;
2. When the same current is passed through several electrolytes, the amounts of the different substances decomposed are proportional to their chemical equivalents.
[Michael Faraday]

Faraday,

Michael, English physicist and chemist, 1791-1867.
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