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Definition of: faraday

(farə·dā) noun Electr.
The quantity of electricity required in electrolysis to liberate one unit equivalent weight of an element, equal to 96,500 coulombs per gram equivalent. [after Michael Faraday]

Definition of: Faraday

(farə·dā), Michael,
1791–1867, English chemist and physicist; discovered electromagnetic induction.

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