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This is also why you don't include solids in ICE tables. Although they may be mentioned in a rxn, when determining Kc for a given rxn, the concentrations of non aqueous/gaseous compounds is completely irrelevant (as mentioned above). A good example of this is found at https://chem.libretexts.org/Core/Physic ... Ice_Tables where they walk you through the process and give you more in depth reasoning behind equilibrium calculations.
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