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Barium chloride dissolving in water at room temperature is explained by which of the following forces?
Dipole-dipole forces between the solid compound and the water molecules.
Hydrogen bonding forces between the barium chloride and the hydrogen portions of the water.
Dispersion forces between the cations and anions of the barium chloride and the electron dipole moment of the water molecules.
Ion-dipole forces between the cations and anions of the barium chloride and the surrounding water molecules.