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Then why LiI exist as solid as you have said that lithiumhydrogencarbonate does not exist as solid due to small size of lithium???

Then why LiI exist as solid as you have said that lithiumhydrogencarbonate does not exist as solid due to small size of lithium???

Grade:11

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago
Iodine atoms is also bulkier but can be treates as a single bulky atom which could be enough for the Li small size atom to form the bond.
However, in lithiumhydrogencarbonate, HCO3- constitutes many atoms and forms a  more heavy/bulkier group which is very dfficult to bear for li.

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