from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Variant of faradic.

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to electricity, especially to electrical induction

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • . Pertaining to Faraday, the English physicist.
  • [⟨ lowercase] Pertaining to the phenomena of electricity especially investigated by Faraday-for example, the phenomena of induction.


For Michael Faraday English chemist and physicist (Wiktionary)


  • Ultra-caps generally refer to electrochemical capacitors either double layer or with faradaic reactions.

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  • After he had been suffering more than usual for a few days, we applied the faradaic electric current in the manner indicated above, for about fifteen minutes.

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  • The galvanic as well as the faradaic current is to be used under proper circumstances.

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  • A key limitation to this technology is its low energy density and for this reason there is considerable interest in exploring pseudocapacitive materials where faradaic mechanisms offer increased levels of energy storage.

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