Yes, A physical change has taken place. The water has evaporated and left the sugar. Neither substance has changed its identity.
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A compound is described by a chemical formula, not the solution which is a mixture.
It is both a physical and chemical change. The burning of the wick s chemical while the candle melting being physical.
Copper has both chemical and physical properties. You will need to specify which property you are asking about
Breaking of stone is a physical or chemical change? Explain.
It is physical. The wire changes shape, but it is still made of the same materials.
its physical change.to explain,the conversion of solid to liquid is physical
It is a chemical change. I cannot explain my answer, which doesn't help very much but I am sure that it isn't a physical change.
physical property happens by itself or from things in nature. chemical property happens by outside.
When you separate a physical change the identities of the substance do not change so it will be physical.
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The identity of the property does not change so the physical properties change but not the chemical
The difference is that chemical equilibrium is the equilibrium of products and reactants in a reaction while physical equilibrium is the equilibrium of the physical states of the same substance.
Chemical weathering is which makes new substances, whereas physical weathering is where rock is changed into smaller pieces of the same substance.
Thickness is a physical property without any relation with chemical composition or chemical changes.
Because its non- flammable and it is reactive
Because it is not a chemical change, and the molecular properties of the substance are not changed
a chemical change is a change which brings about a change in the chemical properties of a substance which cannot be reversed through physical means like heating or cooling.
Sublimation and deposition are physical changes because you haven't changed the chemical nature of the substance.
A physical change is a change in the physical properties of a substance without a change in its chemical composition.Physical change is usually reversible and temporary.
Water's physical properties include it's boiling and freezing points. Water's chemical properties include it's ability to bond and it's flammability.
It is a physical property and not a chemical property because the wax that has melted can be molded and cooled into the exact same shape as its original shape.
It is a physical change because it is evaporation. Physical changes can be undone. If it was a chemical reaction it would be permanent like burning wood.