From what I heard a faraday is a mole of electrons. In faradays constant "F = 96 485.339 9(24) C/mol" I don't get what the C/mol means. Coulombs per mole? What the hell does that mean? In a coulomb theres 6x10^18 electrons. How the hell could there 96 million coulombs in a faraday if theres only a mole of electrons in a faraday?
Its basically charge contained in one mole electrons.
That is if you were to pass ome mole electrons you would pass around 96500 C.
Unit C/mol says the same thing, ie charge per mole.
Its used in equvalent, electrolytic chemistry but thats another story.