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Physical change → there is a change in a matter as it goes from one physical state to another.
Chemical change → atoms rearrange themselves to create a new substance.
The scenes below illustrate two different mixtures. When mixture A at 273 K is heated to 473 K, mixture B results.
How many different physical changes occur?
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