Iodine exists as
- polar molecular solid
- ionic solid
- nonpolar molecular solid
- hydrogen bonded molecular solid
Non-polar molecular solid
In case of iodine, the atoms are held together by weak London forces or van der Waal forces, so it exists as a non-polar molecular solid.
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Solution Iodine Exists as Concept: P - Block Group 17 Elements - Concept of Group 17 Elements.