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Answer on Inorganic Chemistry Question for Mallori

Question #23427
How many electrons must pass through the circuit for 767 coulombs of charge
Expert's answer
The magnitude of the electrical charge of one mole of elementary charges(approximately 6.022 × 1023 , or Avogadro's number ) is known as a Faraday unit of charge (closely related to the Faraday constant ).

One Faraday is equal to 96485.3399 coulombs. In terms of Avogadro's number NA, one coulomb is equal to approximately 1.036 × NA × 10−5 elementary charges.
760 coulomb * 1.036 × NA × 10−5 = 7.8736 × NA × 10−3

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