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When finding n, you would want to solve for both the oxidation and the reduction half reactions. Once you get there, see how many moles of electrons are transferred in the completely balanced redox reaction; this number of moles is the number you want to use for n.
Yeah a lot of people get it mixed up with the total moles of reactants and products but it is the electrons transferred. Always make sure it is the number of electrons after you balance the half-reactions and make sure the electrons cancel out.
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