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Hi! n is the moles of electrons transferred. Once you find the reduction and oxidation reactions, balance them. The coefficient in front of the electron value should be the same for the reduction and the oxidation reactions, and that is the n value.
I also was first confused with this, but the n here is talking about the moles of electrons transferred! So yes to emphasize, you must balance the redox equations correctly and then use the moles of electrons transferred as the n.
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