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Faraday's law

Faraday’s law is next to the Nernst Equation the most important equation for electrochemistry. It describes the connection between the charge Q passing through a cell and the amount of substance n converted at the electrodes:

Equation 1 | Faraday’s Law

F is the Faraday constant and z the number of electrons needed per conversion.

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