Chemistry

Which argument supports the claim that dissolving solid calcium chloride (CaCl2) in water is a chemical change?

A. The ionic bond between the calcium ions and chloride ions is broken.
B. The solid calcium chloride can be recovered by evaporating the water.
C. The ions present in the solid are still present in the solution and have not changed.
D. The polar water molecules exert attractions on the ions.

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