Determining faraday constant


Faraday’s laws describe the correlation between the quantities of substances transformed in the electrode reaction, and the applied charge. The Faraday constant that is considered as a proportionality factor, can be determined in laboratory: in this case, it is determined by how much the volumes of hydrogen and oxygen released, depend on the charge applied in the dilute sulfuric acid hydrolysis.

Training program

  • Electrolysis
  • Coulometry
  • Faraday’s laws

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