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I think that you can use either molarity or moles. It would definitely be easier to use molarity since that can be easily used in Kc. If you use moles, you would have to convert the values at the end to molarity by dividing by the volume(L)
Definitely use molarity which is moles/L. This is important because for the K and Q expressions work with concentrations and partial pressures, and for the most part the hypothetical experiments use varying volumes for their processes.
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