The electron drift speed in a 1.00 -mm-diameter gold wire is 5.50*10^-5 m/s
How long does it take 1 mole of electrons to flow through a cross section of the wire in a day?
The Attempt at a Solution
First I figured out the electron current.
Since electron current is the amount of electrons per second I multiplied by 86,400s in a day:
This gives me the number of electrons that pass through a cross sectional area. Since they are asking for 1 mole I divided by 6.02*10^23
This answer is wrong. I don't know what I'm doing wrong. Any help?