The Legacy of the Faraday Constant

The turn of the 19th century saw a flurry of chemical research. Antoine Lavoisier had started what some would call “the chemical revolution” to bring chemistry to the forefront as a legitimate science. John Dalton was hypothesizing the existence of atoms, and Alessandro Volta created the world’s first battery.

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