Physical and Chemical Changes
- Physical Change
- Chemical Change
- Differences between Physical and Chemical Changes
Physical change is one which is easily reversible and in which no new substance is formed, for example when a solid (ice) is heated, it melts to form a liquid (water), and on cooling, the liquid solidifies to ice again.
Other examples of Physical change;
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