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In BeCl2 , the hybrid state is sp, as the valence electron of Beryllium is 2 and there are 2 chlorine atoms, so no lone pair present. Hence the hybrid state is sp.
There is no change of hybrid state in phase change but there is a change of structure, or we can say, orientation. In solid state they exist in the form of polymer.
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