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Faman39

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Which describes how chemical changes are different from physical changes? Chemical changes can be measured, but physical changes cannot. Chemical changes involve the formation of a new substance. Chemical changes release energy, but physical changes absorb energy. Chemical changes cannot be caused by oxygen.

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  1. Faman39
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    @Falkqwer @agent0smith @itsmylife

  2. Falkqwer
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    Its B Chemical changes involve the formation of a new substance.

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    Thank you so much :)

  4. Falkqwer
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    np :)

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    thanks alot :)

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