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It's a chemical change.

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A physical change, of course. A physical change includes change in shape, color, or texture.

A bitter taste can be caused by a chemical. Canned air contains a chemical bitterant that can cause this. Also mercury can cause a bitter taste in your mouth.

Abitter taste is considered to be a chemical property. This is because the shape of the item does not affect anything about taste.

Many chemical compounds have a bitter taste.

They tend to have a slippery feel and a bitter taste.

Signs of physical change - Change in appearance,taste,display of substance Signs of chemical change- Change in chemical reaction

Taste is due to chemical reactions in the mouth.

Chemical, caused by saliva, without saliva you cannot taste anything

Corrected:Taste is NOT a chemical property, because in most cases there is no molecular change by (chemical) reaction or chemical interaction with taste buds.The only chemical reactions IN the mouth are those involving food digestion carried out by enzymes in saliva (eg. starch breakdown by amylase), this could change the 'taste' (eg. sugar from that amylase-breakdown gives more sweet taste).Maybe some bitter tastes are partly (temporarely) chemical.

The dissolution of salt in water is a physical change.its a chemical cause it is dissoving an having a different taste

It is a chemical change because the temperature changes, light is emitted, and there is a change in smell or taste. 3 signs of a chemical change.

No, a chemical change. Taste and smell are indicators of chemical composition, so a change in those would indicate a chemical change.

Taste is a chemical property.

A bitter taste has to do with chemicals or even hormonal. Medications for instance can cause the body to not be balanced and a bitter taste can occur. If a person has a nervous stomach or gastrointestinal problems they could have GERD (which is acid reflux ... stomach acids that are forced up through the throat to the mouth. It would be highly advisable that you have a good physical and blood workup done by your doctor and let them determine why you are having the bitter taste in your mouth. In most cases it is nothing serious and medications can be given to stop this problem.

Taste, along with the other four senses, is physical.

Taste is derived from the chemical composition and chemical properties of a material.

Yes, it is a physical change. The sugar seems to "disappear" in the water, but if you taste the water you will also taste the sugar. So, the basic chemical nature of both sugar and water is unchanged. That is a characteristic of a physical change.

The taste of something is a chemical property, not a reaction.

Noticable things are physical properties. Look, appearance, feel, taste, etc. are physical properties. Physical properties can change after a chemical reaction.

I consider taste as a chemical property.

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