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How do I start an ICE table from the following information: BrCl3(g)+ Cl2(l) -> BrCl5(g) where Kp=7.8*10^-6 and there is originally 0.215 atm BrCl3, 725g Cl2, 0.115 atm BrCl5 - Can pressures be used as initial concentrations?

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    Kc is uses concns.
    Kp uses atmospheres pressure.
    .......BrCl3(g) + Cl2(l) ==> BrCl5(g)
    I...0.215 atm......725g.......0.115 atm
    C......+x............+x..........-x
    E....0.215+x.................0.115-x

    Kp = pBrCl5/pBrCl3
    Note that Cl2 is not included in Kp since it is not a gas.

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