## 14.117

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### 14.117

Why wouldn't we multiply the standard reduction potential by 3 before calculating the current? Are moles of electrons already accounted for in the current equation?

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### Re: 14.117

Reduction potentials are an intensive property, so their values are independent of moles of electrons.

Moles of electrons are accounted for in the equation
$\Delta G = -nFE$