No it is a physical change!
Physical. (Its still water.)
It is called a phase change.
Is fog forming a chemical or physical change
Icicles is solid water (H2O); formation of ice is a physical process.
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
It is chemical change
Forming a compound is a chemical process.
In a chemical change, the chemical composition of the reactants change, forming one or more new products. In a physical change, the chemical composition does not change and no new products are formed. An example of a chemical change would be Na + Cl --> NaCl. An example of a physical change is a phase change, such as melting.
Yes it may be a chemical change but it can also be a physical change. An example of gas forming in a physical change is when you boil a liquid that liquid evaporates and gas is formed!
Yes, it is evidence that a chemical change has taken place.
Yes. Iron Oxide is forming.
a example of chemical change is fireworks