What is Faraday’s constant?

What is Faraday’s constant?
A. 6.022 x 1023 mol−1
B. 3.00 x 1088 m/s
C. 9.81 m/s2
D. 96,485 C/mol

Correct Option: Answer is D
Faraday’s constant, represented by the symbol F, is a fundamental physical constant that relates the amount of electric charge to the amount of substance involved in a chemical reaction. It essentially tells you how much electric charge is carried by one mole of electrons.

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