**17.8: Electrolysis and the Faraday - Chemistry LibreTexts**
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WebApr 28, 2023 · The faraday is a useful unit in electrochemical calculations. The unit of electrical current, the ampere, is defined as the passage of one coulomb per second. Knowing the current in a circuit and the time for which it is passed, we can calculate the number of coulombs that are passed.

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