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Which is the only physical change? A.the souring of milk B.the burning of oil C.the melting of ice D.the rusting of iron

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  1. anonymous
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    Melting of ice. No chemical changes occur. For ice to melt, the temperature changes, which is a physical property.

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    option number c is a correct

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    C, Ice melt to become water and freeze to become ice.

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    The melting of ice ...cuz it turn into another state from solid to liquid

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