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Ash is a incombustible residue, formed generally from oxides.

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is ash is an ingrediant of filter paper


Burning of paper will cause?

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Is cutting paper chemical change?

Original Answer:noMore Detailed Answer:For a chemical change to occur, the structure of the paper has to be modifed at the chemical level. Cutting or tearing separates the paper into multiple parts, but each part is still paper.A good example of a chemical change is when the paper is burned. During burning, the paper changes from paper to ash, and the result is a change in the chemical structure.


Is cutting paper an chemical change?

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Why tearing of paper is physical change whereas burning of paper is chemical change?

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Why are burning wood and metal rusting classified as chemical change?

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