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Michael Faraday was an early 19th-century British scientist (physicist and chemist).
Faraday may also refer to:
- Faraday, Victoria, Australia, scene of the 1972 Faraday School kidnapping
- Faraday, Ontario, Canada
- Faraday, West Virginia, USA, the most southern community in the state, located in McDowell County
- Faraday (crater), a lunar crater
- 37582 Faraday, a main-belt asteroid
- Faraday (ward), an electoral ward in Greater London
- Faraday, a fictional planet in Rocannon's World by Ursula K. Le Guin
- Faraday (unit), a unit of charge
- Faraday (company), a Florham Park, NJ company specializing in fire protection.
- Faraday building, a telephone exchange in London
- Faraday Hall, a hall of residence at Loughborough University
- Faraday Research Station, a former British research station in Antarctica
- Faraday Dam, a dam on the Clackamas River in Oregon
- Faraday, a protagonist in the Wayfarer Redemption series by Sara Douglass
People with the surname
- David Faraday, a victim of the Zodiac Killer
- Philip Michael Faraday an English lawyer, composer and theatrical producer
- Daniel Faraday, a fictional character on Lost
- King Faraday, a fictional secret agent featured in DC Comics
- Max Faraday, the title character of Divine Right: The Adventures of Max Faraday
- Kay Faraday, a character from Ace Attorney Investigations
- Dr. Louis Faraday, a NASA scientist and antagonist from Flight of the Navigator
- Joshua Faraday, a character in The Magnificent Seven
- Helen Faraday, the title character in Blonde Venus, as well as her husband Edward Faraday and son Johnny Faraday.
- farad, an SI unit of capacitance
- Faraday cage, an enclosure of conductive mesh used to block electric fields
- Faraday constant, an amount of electric charge
- Faraday cup
- Faraday Flashlight, a mechanically powered flashlight
- Faraday Future, American electric vehicle manufacturer
- Faraday's law of induction
- All pages with a title containing Faraday
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