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Hello! Yes you are correct. You can use the ICE table whenever it asks you to calculate the equilibrium composition. Also just like Hana said, is to keep the initial, change, and the equilibrium molar concentrations all together and organized.
That is correct! We also use the ICE table when calculating partial pressures in order to find the equilibrium pressures. It is essentially the same process as using concentrations just make sure you remember your units!
Hi! Yes, you can use the ICE table when you're given Kp and partial pressures as well as when you're given Kc and molar concentrations. Just make sure that your values are consistent throughout your ICE table (meaning that all of your values given in either partial pressures or molar concentrations, depending on whether you're given or using Kp or Kc).
That's correct. The main purpose of ICE tables is to find amounts of reactants and products at equilibrium when given initial amounts, which can be in either concentration or pressure, based on what the question gives you / is asking for.
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