Suppose that $T \in L(V,W)$. Prove that if Img$(T)$ is dense in $W$ then $T^*$ is one-to-one.

Suppose that $T \in L(V,W)$. Prove that if Img$(T)$ is dense in $W$ then $T^*$ is one-to-one, where $X,Y$ are Banach spaces and $T^*$ is the adjoint of $T$.

Suppose $T^*$ is not one-to-one. Then there exists $f_1,f_2 \in W^*$ with $f_1\neq f_2$ such that $T^*(f_1)=T^*(f_2).$ Thus $f_1(Tv)=f_2(Tv), \forall v\in V.$ and hence $(f_1-f_2)(Tv)=0$, $\forall v \in V$, i.e. $f_1-f_2=0, \forall w\in Img (T).$ Since $f_1-f_2$ is continuous, it also vanishes on $\overline{Img(T)}=W$, and therefore $f_1-f_2=0$ on $W$, which contradicts the assumption $f_1 \neq f_2$. The proof is complete.