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A practical unit of electrical capacity; the capacity of a condenser having a charge of 1 coulomb under an electromotive force of 1 V.
farad/far·ad/ (F) (far´ad) the SI unit of electric capacitance; the capacitance of a condenser that charged with one coulomb gives a difference of potential of 1 volt.
Etymology: Michael Faraday, English scientist, 1791-1871
a unit of capacitance that increases the potential difference between the plates of a capacitor by 1 volt with a charge of 1 coulomb.
A practical unit of electrical capacity; the capacity of a condenser having a charge of 1 coulomb under an electromotive force of 1 volt.
Faraday,Michael, English physicist and chemist, 1791-1867.
farad - a practical unit of electrical capacity.
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faradism - Synonym(s): faradization
faradization - use of the faradic current. Synonym(s): faradism
the unit of electric capacity; capacity to hold 1 coulomb with a potential of 1 volt. Symbol F.