Chemistry - Why doesn't KI(aq) react with HCl(aq)?

  1. In your first reaction, you added concentrated sulfuric acid to anhydrous potassium chloride. In your equation, you wrote $\ce{KCl (aq)}$, which is incorrect. Under dilute conditions, that reaction would not take place because all reagents and products would be in aqueous ionic state, meaning there is no reaction.

  2. In your second reaction, the equation is completely wrong. It is true that elemental $\ce{Cl2}$ a stronger oxidizing agent than elemental $\ce{Br2}$ or elemental $\ce{I2}$. But in current situation is ionic $\ce{Cl-}$ versus ionic $\ce{I-}$ where both are aqueous. If all reagents are in ionic form and expected products are also ionic, there is no reaction. See your reaction below: $$\ce{H+(aq) + Cl-(aq) +K+(aq) + I-(aq) <=> H+(aq) + I-(aq) +K+(aq) + Cl-(aq)}$$ There is no gas, liquid or solid formed, but all ions. Therefore, there is no reaction.