Matter changes (with respect to nature and chemical properties) during a chemical change.
A physical change is different than a chemical change, because in a physical change, the composition of the matter did not change. While in a chemical change, the composition of the matter did change.SO basically, the composition of the matter does not change is the difference between a physical change and a chemical change.yes
The physical change is a change in the state of matter.
Every chemical or physical change in matter includes a change in energy.
Physical properties: Properties that do not change the chemical nature of matter Chemical properties: Properties that do change tha chemical nature of matter
Yes, every chemical or physical change in matter includes a change in energy!
it is a physical change. there is no change in matter
If you mean decaying dead matter, that is a chemical change.
a physical change or a chemical 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
A physical change is a change in the form of matter but not the chemical composition of it.
When matter undergoes a chemical change, the composition of the matter changes. When matter undergoes a physical change, composition of the matter remains the same.
Mass is neither a physical nor chemical change; however, it is a physical property of matter.
There are 2 kinds of changes,they are physical and chemical changes.Physical Change-is a change in the form of matter but in it's identity.Chemical Change-is a change in which one kind of matter is changed in to a different type of matter.
it is physical because there is no new matter will produce(( water+ juice dissolved)) just
Wax is not a change of any sort. It is matter that can undergo physical and chemical changes.
Matter can undergo go both physical and chemical change.
it has a chemical change and physical change
A change in the physical state of matter is a physical change.
a change in size, shape or the state of matter is a physical change. True for A+.
It is a physical change. All phase changes are physical, not chemical. The chemical composition of water does not change when it changes from a liquid to a gas, or for that matter, to a solid.
Any change to the state of matter of a substance is physical.
a physical change is the form of matter but not in its chemical identity or is when the state or shape of matter is changed.physical change is reversable or temporary while a chemical is permenent or cannot be reversed.a chemical change is a change in which one or more kinds of matter are transformed into a new kind of matter.
Any change in matter that is does not require the identity of the matter to change is physical. Things like sizzling, popping, effervescence, etc. are physical change. Something to keep in mind though: Anything that burns is undergoing chemical change, no matter what. Any combustion is chemical.
The physical or chemical form of matter can be changed.
A physical change in matter occurs when the shape or form of matter changes, but there is no chemical reaction. If someone were to melt a sugar cube, that would be an example of a physical change.