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hrsmith352

  • 2 years ago

Water evaporating from a puddle is an example of a

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  1. abb0t
    • 2 years ago
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    a physical change I think.

  2. Zaara
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    As abbot says it is a physical change because it is going from the liquid phase to the gas phase. It is not a chemical change because it is still made of two hydrogen atoms and an oxygen atom. Nothing in the chemical make up has changed.

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