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Matter changes all the time: Physical Change: _____________________ _____________________________________ Chemical Change: _____________________ _______________________________________
The substance does not change into something else Changes in:
Rain to _______ Wood to _________ Paper to __________________ Wax to ____________ Potato to _________________ Gemstone to ______________________ Copper to ___________________
1 kind of matter ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ Example: Cooking foods cause them to go through a chemical change Egg vs. cooked egg
Causes atoms to rearrange themselves to form new kinds of matter ___________________________________________: Heat Light Iron = gray Sound Fizzing Rust = reddish orange Color
Burning of a candle in an oxygen atmosphere Changes to ash Carbon dioxide Water vapor
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