Electric current in metals

Electric current in metals: maximum speed of electron
v_max = eEt/m

Electron drift average (mean) velocity
v_vid = e E t / (2m)

Current intensity (strength)
I = e^2 * n0 * t * S * U / (2ml)

First Faraday's law of electrolysis
m = k * Δ_q

First Faraday's law of electrolysis
m = k * I * t

Electrochemical equivalent
k = m / q

Second Faraday's law of electrolysis
k = M / (Fn)

Faraday number (constant)
F = e * N_A

Electrolysis: mass of the substance
m = M * I * t / (Fn)

Ionization work
mv^2 / 2 = A

Electron kinetic energy
mv^2 / 2 = e * E * l

Diode: saturation current intensity
I = e n