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bluemonkey

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What is a "faraday of charge?"

A Faraday is the amount of charge in one mole of electrons.
F=96,485 C/mole e-

Don't bother using this value on test-day. Instead, round it up to 100,000, but be careful that you keep track of this when looking at answer choices...
 

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I understand that but if a question says so and so has a 0.5 Faraday of charge. Does that mean 0.5 mol e-? The wording "faraday of charge" confused me.
 
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