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Science / Physical and Chemical Changes

Science / Physical and Chemical Changes

Have you noticed, changes happen everywhere and at all times? All changes can be divided into two categories - Physical and Chemical.

  • Physical changes are the changes in physical properties that does not produce any new substances. These changes can be reversed like - melting of ice.
  • Chemical changes are permanent and the original substances loses its composition and properties. These changes cannot be reversed like - rusting of iron. 

Do you want to know the examples and differences of physical and chemical change? Learn about the different physical and chemical changes that occur around us.

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  • Physical and Chemical Changes - SmartTest

    Physical and Chemical Changes

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    • Questions: 65
    • Introduction to Physical and Chemical Changes
    • Rusting
    • Characteristics of Physical Changes
    • Revision of the few terms
    • Review of Physical and Chemical Changes
    • Crystallisation
    • Characteristics of Chemical Changes
  • Physical and Chemical Changes -- Summary

    Learnhive Lesson on Physical and Chemical Changes

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    Changes in the World Around Us

    Learnhive Lesson on Changes in the World Around Us

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    Physical and Chemical Change

    Learnhive Lesson on Physical and Chemical Change

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Factoids

Light, heat, color change, gas production, odour, or sound are the clues that a chemical change has taken place.

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