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I have written down that standard energy potential is an intensive property and so it doesn't depend on how many times the reaction occurs, it is always the same. However, reaction potentials are only given for reduction reactions so if your half reaction is an oxidation then you must flip the sign of the standard energy potential.
Because E is intensive it does not rely on the amount products or reactants present, so you would NOT multiply the E value. The only time you alter the E value is when you flip the equation; then you would multiply it my -1.
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