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Physical & Chemical

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Change in the size, shape or state of the matter. Remains the same kind of matter. Physical Change
Change that forms a new material with new properties. Usually not able to change back. Chemical Change
When a liquid changes to a gas. Evaporation
When a gas changes to a liquid. Condensation
To change from a solid to a liquid by heating. Melting
A combination of two or more materials. Mixture
A mixture in which one material, such as a solid combines with another material, such as a liquide, so that you can't tell one material from the other. Solution
Mixing vinegar & baking soda-physical or chemical change? Chemical
Is iron rusting a physical or chemical change? Chemical
Is digesting food a physical or chemical change? Chemical
Is grinding peanuts a physical or chemical change? Physical
Is breaking wood a physical or chemical change? Physical
Which type of change cannot be reversed? Chemical
Melting of ice or snow-is it a chemical or physical change? Physical
Is putting salt into water a physical or chemical change? Physical
Which type of change can be reversed? Physical
Is mixing a salad a physical or chemical change? Physical
Is shredding cheese a physical or chemical change? Physical
Is crushing a Coke can a physical or chemical change? Physical
Cutting a piece of paper-physical or chemical? Physical
Is burning a piece of paper a physical or chemical change? Chemical
Is moldy cheese an example of a physical or chemical change? Chemical
Created by: kimellis