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All of the following involve chemical changes EXCEPT melting of ice
Which of the following is NOT evidence of a chemical change change of phase
Which of the following is an example of a chemical change iron rusting
What is the difference between a chemical and a physical change Chemical makes something completely new, physical changes will stay the same
What is the difference between a chemical and physical property chemical shows has ability to change, physical is how it looks
what is the difference between a chemical change and a chemical property Chemical property is where it shows ability to change, Chemical change is where it does change
what is the difference between physical property and physical change Physical property is how it looks. physical change is how it looks changes
Why is boiling water not a chemical change cause the vapor is still water but in a gas form
A reaction starts with one chemical that results in the formation of two new chemicals decomposition
combines two simple chemicals into one complex chemical synthesis
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