In a change a new substance is formed
A new substance is formed only after a chemical change.
a new substance is formed.
No, a new substance is normally formed
a new substance
This is called transmutation
no new substance is formed
This substance is called a product.
usually a new substance is formed, but the substance formed depends on the reagants used molecule
The term used to describe a new substance formed from a chemical reaction would be "product."
No new substances are formed in physical changes. A existing substance may change forms (liquid water may turn to water vapour or ice) but a new substance is never formed.
it is a physical change.
physical change is a change in matter in which no new substance is formed Chemical change is a change in matter in which new substance is formed
Any chemical reaction produce a new substance.
Both chemicatl & physical changes occurs. Beacose after new substance the new substance can be liquid or in precipitate form.After forming new substance the new substance would react or not it is not known.
It is a chemical property as the substance has to be flammable or inflammable to burn.Also, after burning there is change in the substance and a new substance with new properties is formed.
you can tell if it is a chemical change when a brand new substance can be formed. The properties in a chemical change are flammibility or reactivity. A physical change no new substance is formed.
When a mixture is made no new substance is formed because no chemical change occurs.
A physical change is when a substance changes, but no new substance is formed. e.g. Ice melting A chemical change is when a new substance has formed. e.g. Concrete hardening