Faraday (disambiguation)

Faraday (disambiguation)

Faraday may refer to:

People

* Michael Faraday, a British scientist (a physicist and chemist)
* David Faraday, a victim of the serial killer nicknamed the Zodiac Killer

Things

* faraday (unit), a unit of electrical charge.
* Faraday constant, the amount of electric charge per mole of electrons.
* Faraday Dam, a dam on the Clackamas River in the U.S. state of Oregon.
* CS Faraday, a Siemens AG cable ship launched in 1874.
* CS Faraday (2), a Siemens AG cable ship launched in 1923.

Places

* Faraday, West Virginia, the most southern community in the state, located in McDowell County
* Faraday, Victoria, a small town in central Victoria, Australia. Scene of the 1972 Faraday School kidnapping
* Faraday building, the first telephone exchange to open in London, later the first International Switching Centre
* Faraday Hall, a hall of residence at Loughborough University
* Faraday Research Station, a former British research station in Antarctica, now called Vernadsky Research Base and operated by Ukraine
* Faraday, an electoral ward in the London Borough of Southwark, named after Michael Faraday

In fiction

* King Faraday, a fictional secret agent featured in DC Comics.
* Daniel Faraday, a fictional character on the TV series Lost.
* Max Faraday, the title character of "".
* Faraday (planet), a fictional planet in "Rocannon's World".
* Faraday, a protagonist in the Wayfarer Redemption series by Sara Douglass.

ee also

* farad
* Faraday cage
* Faraday Flashlight


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