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If you are talking about salt solutions, then you must disregard ions that fully dissociate because they do not affect the pH of the solution. For example, cations of strong bases do not affect pH because they fully dissociate. The same applies to anions of strong acids.
You should only include gases in ICE tables, so any liquids or solids should be omitted. However, be careful because sometimes H20 can be a vapor, and thus a gas, so if it is in gas form, it should be included in your ICE table.
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