Experiment 16: Electrolysis, the Faraday Constant, and Avogadro’s NumberMina Nakhla, 04-21-2022General Chemistry II CHEM 1204Justin BogartDepartment of Chemistry and Biochemistry Maxwell Becton College of Arts and SciencesFairleigh Dickinson UniversityAbstract:Experiment 16's goal was to use electrolysis to determine the Faraday constant and Avogadro'snumber. To perform electrolysis and create hydrogen gas, a sulfuric acid solution was made anda DC source was employed. The calculated Faraday constant, according to the findings of thisexperiment was 94,300 C/mol electrons and the calculated Avogadro's number wasdeterminedto be. The accepted value for Faraday constant is 96,500 C/mol5. 783 * 1026?????????/???electrons and accepted value for Avogadro's number is. This leaves6. 02 * 1023?????????/???the % error for faraday’s constant to be 2.2% and % error for Avogadro's number to be− 1 * 10−23