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no physical change does not change matter

When matter undergoes a chemical change, the composition of the matter changes. When matter undergoes a physical change, composition of the matter remains the same.

A chaqnge of the state of matter is allways a physical change.

There are 2 kinds of changes,they are physical and chemical changes.Physical Change-is a change in the form of matter but in it's identity.Chemical Change-is a change in which one kind of matter is changed in to a different type of matter.

The molecule doesn't change in a physical change. If anything, the molecule's particles could move farther apart when going through a change in the state of matter.

All physical changes involve a change in state of matter. Physical changes can be undone and the material can resume its original state of matter.

the changes that matter undergoes are the physical and chemical change by:R.yu

it has a chemical change and physical change

physical change is change in the physical properties of matter that does not involve a change in its composition

physical changes change the color, shape, or state of matter. chemical change is the change from one substance to another.

Physical changes are about energy and states of matter. Chemical changes happen on a molecular level.Melting a sugar cube is a physical change because the substance is still sugar. Burning a sugar cube is a chemical change. The energy of the fire has broken down the chemical bonds.

Physical change, if it changes in a way to be seen, or chemical change, which if the change can not be seen

A physical change in matter occurs when the shape or form of matter changes, but there is no chemical reaction. If someone were to melt a sugar cube, that would be an example of a physical change.

Changes of state are physical changes because in changes of state, matter converts between solids, liquids or gases. Physical changes are changes in how something looks, or its physicality. Conversion between solids, liquids, or gases change how matter looks. So, changes of states are physical changes.

Physical change and Chemical change

Physical changes are changes that only change the appearance of an object, but not the type of matter. For example, if a metal bike rusts the bike will still remain a solid. That is a physical change.

A physical change is a change that its form or appearance of matter changes but not its composition. Boiling water is a physical change because you only change the temperature but the matter is still water. By- Ashaparekh44

It is a physical change. All phase changes are physical, not chemical. The chemical composition of water does not change when it changes from a liquid to a gas, or for that matter, to a solid.

Matter changes (with respect to nature and chemical properties) during a chemical change.

Wax is not a change of any sort. It is matter that can undergo physical and chemical changes.

Many physical changes will not alter the identity. However, some physical changes, such as heating or cooling will result in phase changes and so the identity will be different. While ice and water are chemically the same, they are not identical forms of the substance.

Physical changes are those changes which do not cause a change in the chemical composition of the changed body. For example, change in the state of matter of a body, change in state of rest or motion of the body.

To classify weather it is physical or chemical change

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