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faraday

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noun far·a·day \ˈfer-ə-ˌdā, -dē; ˈfa-rə-\

Definition of faraday

  1. :  the quantity of electricity transferred in electrolysis per equivalent weight of an element or ion equal to about 96,500 coulombs



Origin and Etymology of faraday

Michael Faraday


First Known Use: 1904


Faraday

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biographical name Far·a·day \ˈfa-rə-ˌdā, -dē\

Definition of Faraday

  1. Michael 1791–1867 Eng. chem. & physicist




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faraday

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noun far·a·day \ˈfar-ə-ˌdā, -əd-ē\

Medical Definition of faraday

  1. :  the quantity of electricity transferred in electrolysis per equivalent weight of an element or ion equal to about 96,500 coulombs—symbol f




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