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Ice tables can be used for both molarity and partial pressure because the concept is basically the same (Initial pressure, change in pressure and equilibrium pressure). For partial pressure you would just use Kp instead of Kw.
Like said above, you can use both when calculating for your ICE table. The thing to keep in mind though is what the question asks for in the final answer. If in partial pressures, you may be asked to convert to molarity, or concentration (n/V).
ICE tables can be used for both, but I think there are specific cases in which if you are supposed to be solving for partial pressure, or given the units atm, then you might have to use the formula PV=nRT to convert to pressure.
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