# Dense inclusions of Banach spaces and their duals

This seems like a really simple question, but I'm struggling with it. Let $X$ be a separable Banach space, $H$ be a separable Hilbert space, and suppose $i : H \hookrightarrow X$ is a dense, continuous embedding of $H$ into $X$. (This is the abstract Wiener space construction due to Gross, hence the [pr.probability] tag) If we associate $H$ with its dual $H^\*$, we have the inclusions $$X^\* \hookrightarrow H^\* \cong H \hookrightarrow X.$$

My question: Is $i^\* : X^\* \hookrightarrow H^\*$ a dense injection?

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Yes, if you mean that $i$ is one to one, for an operator $T:X\to Y$ is one to one if and only if $T$* has weak* dense range, which means $T$* has dense range when $X$ is reflexive.