@ebarchuleta1 asked 4 months ago.

How many faradays, is/are required to produce 20.0 g of calcium from molten cacl2?

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@eppemiryrra answered 4 months ago.

The faraday is a unit of electric charge. It was named after the English chemist and physicist Michael Faraday. The faraday is nearly the amount of electric charge that accumulates on one of the two electrodes of an electrolytic cell when an electric current of one ampere passes through the cell for one second.
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@affolanno answered 4 months ago.

The faraday is an SI derived unit of electric charge. It is used when talking about the charge of ions, a situation that arises when a material is ionised into individual atoms. The SI derived unit of charge is the coulomb. The coulomb is the amount of charge that has passed through a point in one second.
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@zadebyla answered 4 months ago.

There are 7.48 x 10 faradays per gram of calcium, and so you need 1.9 x 10 faradays to produce 20.0 g of calcium from molten calcium chloride.
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@makuzalletto answered 4 months ago.

A farad is a fancy unit of measurement for electricity. It’s named after Michael Faraday, who discovered electromagnetic induction. A single faraday is the amount of electricity that flows through a wire when one coulomb of charge (a unit of electric charge) moves through it.

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