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Temperature and pressureand also heat energy!

a change of temperature causes the particles to rearrange creating a new state

Yes, matter can change states after a physical change.

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Matter changes by the states of matter .

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you change it by putting them together

Physical changes, such as the change from ice to water to steam; the compound remains as H2O in all three states.

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all three states of matter can do this.

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