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Farad

M. Faraday
M. Faraday

The farad (F) is the unit of electrical capacitance (C). The unit is named after the English physicist and chemist Michael Faraday (1791 – 1867). The farad is defined by the relation:

1 farad (F) = 1 coulomb (C ) / 1 volt (V)

Related electrical units:

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