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Partly physical, partly chemical. Melted butter has different chemical properties than solid butter. The melting process, as with chocolate, is not reversible. Proteins in the butter can become denatured, and isomerization of lipids to trans fats occurs. Phase change is a common example of physical change, but chemical change also occurs in this case.

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