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Unformatted text preview: 26 a. Physical b. Chemical c. Physical d. Physical e. Chemical f. Chemical g. Chemical 27 a. Physical change was when the sugar was grounded into the powder also when melted. The Chemical change happened when the sugar darkened and burnt. b. Physical change was when the gasoline was sprayed then when it was converted into vapor and in the end when it product expanded. The Chemical change happened when it was burnt. 30 a. Decomposes b. Boiling point c. Melting point d. Melting point e. Boling point 42 a. Element b. Compounds c. Compounds d. Element 51 a. Compounds b. Mixtures c. Just a Element d. Compounds e. Mixtures 59 Usually something that is shiny that creates electricity is in the category of being a metal...
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2010 for the course CHEM 101 taught by Professor Griffith during the Spring '08 term at Illinois Valley CC.
- Spring '08