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Are ICE tables only used to calculate molarity? Or can there be instances where the ICE table will be used to find something other than molarity such as mass, and then the mass would have to be converted into molarity?
The numbers that you plug into the ICE table should be either molarity or pressure (for gases). Once you have molarity or pressure, you can calculate for the mass using the Ideal Gas Law and the molar mass of the molecule.
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