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a subsidiary unit used in electrochemistry to denote a quantity of electricity. The faraday was named after M. Faraday. As of 1973, 1 faraday = (9.648456 ± 0.000027) × 104 coulombs; that is, 1 faraday is equal to the same number of coulombs as there are coulombs per mole in the Faraday constant.