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What's the common consensus on the meaning of “physical change”?
I'm doing a textbook problem that shows a "molecular level" view of some matter, little colored balls, before and after, and there are, among the four questions, two that say: 1) Did a physical change ...
Sep 28 '12 at 15:59
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