No breaking glass is not a chemical reaction, which is what i think you mean. Breaking the glass does not alter the chemical makeup or properties of the glass. Instead breaking glass is a physical reaction because it does alter the size of the glass and its appearance
Breaking glass is a physical change, as it does not change the chemical composition of the material.
Breaking bonds happens in chemical reactions. But it is not a chemical reaction itself.
Decomposition is the breaking down of reactants in the chemical reaction.
Breaking glass is a physical change, because the broken pieces of glass still retain all of the chemical properties of the original piece of glass.
Glass fabrication involve chemical reactions.
Physical change because before and after breaking a glass, the glass is still SiO2 (Silicon): it's chemical makeup is not changed by the breakage.
Glass breaking is a physical CHANGE if that's what u meen
Breaking glass is a physical change because there is NO chemical difference ... from before to after.
Breaking glass is a physical change.
Breaking of glass is a physical change. It does not change the chemical makeup of the glass, and it can be reversed by melting the glass and re-blowing it.
a chemical reaction
A chemical reaction.
All chemical reactions involve breaking of chemical bonds and forming new chemical bonds.
Breaking a glass jar changes the physical form of the glass without changing its chemical composition.
chemical reaction means breaking of chemical bond present in the molecules of the reactants to form new chemical bonds to give the products is called chemical reaction.
This is a chemical reaction.
This is a chemical reaction (dito change).
No, its a phyical change
The chemical reaction that happens when making glass is heating. It involves heating oxygen and sand to produce silicon dioxide. When it cools, it hardens into glass.
It is a chemical change. It keeps its same chemical composition and is in a reversible state. You can remelt it and once again, make glass.