Is potassium nitrate to its aqueous solution an irreversible or reversible change?????

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The dissolution of potassium nitrate salt in its aqueous solution is a reversible change. The salt can be re-obtained from the aqueous solution via evaporation of the liquid solvent.

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[Potassium nitrate to its aqueous form is a chemical change]

So I think it is a irreversible change because many chemical changes are irreversible.
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