A unit of electrical elastance, which is the ability of an electric potential to charge a capacitor.

The daraf is equal to one volt of potential per coulomb of charge.

The name of the unit is farad with the letters arranged back to front, because the elastance, in darafs, is 1 divided by the capacitance in farads.

See also: Capacitor, Farad.

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Subjects: Electronics