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Tasting involve chemical phenomenons.

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The taste of something is a chemical property, not a reaction.



Taste is a chemical property.



I consider taste as a chemical property.



No....Tart taste is a physical property, not chemical


It is not. It is a chemical property!


Abitter taste is considered to be a chemical property. This is because the shape of the item does not affect anything about taste.


Physical property. Common physical properties are color, taste and odor.


Yes taste is a physical property


Sour taste is a result of a chemical property. Certain chemicals - acids in particular - produce a sour taste when they come in contact with the appropriate taste buds. The chemical interaction of those chemicals with the taste buds yeilds a stimulus of those taste buds that the brain interprets as "sour".


A physical change, of course. A physical change includes change in shape, color, or texture.


chemical- the outcome of something**- fire, aka combustability. physical- something you hear, smell, taste, etc.- the "boom" **not sure. (:


A sour taste results from chemical content -- the substance triggers chemical receptors on the tongue (sometimes also odor receptors in the nose). A sour flavor results from a chemical change within certain foods, or from the growth of microorganisms in the food.


i don't now the answer to this question so sorry i could not be helpful for your concern



Taste, along with the other four senses, is physical.


Taste is derived from the chemical composition and chemical properties of a material.


IT is a physical because physical properties refer to things that can be examined with the 5 senses (taste, look, ect.)


Corrected:Taste is NOT a chemical property, because in most cases there is no molecular change by (chemical) reaction or chemical interaction with taste buds.The only chemical reactions IN the mouth are those involving food digestion carried out by enzymes in saliva (eg. starch breakdown by amylase), this could change the 'taste' (eg. sugar from that amylase-breakdown gives more sweet taste).Maybe some bitter tastes are partly (temporarely) chemical.


Taste is due to chemical reactions in the mouth.



no because itjust changes color and taste wich is a physical property


Chemical, caused by saliva, without saliva you cannot taste anything



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