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Far·a·day

(far'ă-dā),
Michael, English physicist and chemist, 1791-1867. See: farad, faraday, Faraday constant, Faraday laws.

far·a·day (F),

, Faraday (far'ă-dā),
96,485.309 coulombs per mole, the amount of electricity required to reduce one equivalent of a monovalent ion.
[Michael Faraday]

far·a·day

(F) (far'ă-dā)
96,485.309 coulombs per mole, the amount of electricity required to reduce one equivalent of a monovalent ion.
[Michael Faraday]

Faraday,

Michael, English physicist and chemist, 1791-1867.
farad - a practical unit of electrical capacity.
faraday - 96,485.309 coulombs per mole, the amount of electricity required to reduce one equivalent of silver ion.
Faraday cage - cage designed to enclose and protect an electric instrument from outside electric interference.
Faraday constant
Faraday laws - the amount of an electrolyte decomposed by an electric current is proportional to the amount of the current.
faradic bath - water bath in which there is faradic current.
faradic current - current that stimulates muscle through its nerve.
faradism - Synonym(s): faradization
faradization - use of the faradic current. Synonym(s): faradism
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