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If you are referring the to the max cell potential, it is simply represented by E. This can be calculated using -work/charge or delta G = -nFE (or work = -nFE), where work is the max work that can be done from the transfer of charge.
The max cell potential is E = -work/charge. It can also be calculated by finding the the maximum work, which is Wmax = ΔG = -nFE. They're equivalent because the max potential is related to the free energy difference between the reactants and products in a cell. This also why we can still calculate the max potential even if there's very little flow.
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