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Jacquelyn Hill 1
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How do you determine the value of "n" in the Nernst equation?
Haocheng Zhang 2A
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write the half reaction and determine how many mole of electrons are transfered in 1 mole of reaction. The mole of electrons is "n".
Justin Bui 2L
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Yes, the moles isn't referring to moles of a certain element but just the number of electrons transferred.
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The "n" in the Nernst equation is the number of electrons transferred in the reaction
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