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    When applying heat to a substance changes the form, but not the identity of the substance, this is evidence of: a chemical change a physical change no change an anthropomorphic change

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    1. Gizmo71295
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      Physical Change. It can't be a Chemical change because it doesn't change into a new substance. It is a physical change because it is still the same but changed it's state of matter. obviously not no change The last one isn't it either because I have studies the other changed but I have never heard of anthropomorphic changes. Anthropomorphic doesn't describe the situation at all from what i do get out of it though.

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