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A solvent is what you used to dissolve another substance and that substance tends to be a liquid of some sort. So if it stated that the state of the molecule is liquid you don't include it in finding's the equilibrium constant. Solvent=(usually) liquid. You don't uncle pure solids as well so anything that the equation states is in a state of solid.
Solvents tend to be liquid (l), thus won't be included in equilibrium constant calculations. Additionally, solids won't be included as well, due to their activities being equal to 1. Aqueous solutions and gases are always included.
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