I am told that
$$Q = nF$$
where $Q$ is the quantity of current, $n$ is the amount of electrons and $F$ is Faraday's constant. Since Faraday's constant is the charge carried by 1 mol of electrons, multiplying it by the amount of electrons to give the total charge makes perfect sense. But why does dividing $Q$ by $nF$ gives the amount of substance? Won't the answer just be 1 for all possible values?