Why is HCI(g) capable of being dissolved in water?
The polarity of HCl and the fact that it results in a strong acid both play a role in accounting for the solubility.
There are two factors that contribute to the solubility of HCl in water.
Secondly, HCl (aq) is a strong acid, which means it ionizes to a very high degree (essentially 100%) in the presence of water. The H atom is removed as a hydrogen ion,