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Is icicles forming an example of chemical change?


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2007-05-16 21:20:07
2007-05-16 21:20:07

No it is not. The chemical composition is H2O before and after freezing.

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Icicles is solid water (H2O); formation of ice is a physical process.

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I think it is a chemical change Forming underground it is a chemical change Salt forming from a saline solution for example h20 + NaCl --delta-> h2 + O2 + NaCl (This is not a balanced solution) This is a physical change, since there is no change to the Sodium Chloride


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