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Is Farady's law applicable to electrochemical cell

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u_know_who
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Jan15-13, 12:49 AM
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Farady's law are derived for electrolysis. My question is the same rule can be applied in the analysis of electrochemical cell? I think those two cell (electrolytic and electrochemical) are just opposite functional to each other.
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Jan15-13, 01:44 AM
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Yes, you can use it to calculate the ammount of electrode consumed in generating a certain current.


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