treasurehunt_reversirreverschange

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1.  If a material is easy to  get back what type of  reaction is this? 2.  Which of these is  irreversible – heating,  burning, both or neither? 3.  Which of these is  reversible – melting,  freezing, both or neither? 4.  Which of these is reversible  – dissolving, reacting with  acid, both or neither? 5.  Which of these is reversible  – evaporating, condensing,  both or neither? 6.  Which of these is reversible  – burning a candle, baking  bread, both or neither? 
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7.  What makes rain  change to hail? 8.  What does this symbol  mean? 9.  liquid           gas   What is this change  called? 10.  What is the freezing  point of water? 11.  liquid           solid   What is this change  called? 12.  What happens to sand  and salt when they are  stirred in water?
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13.  What would make an  ice cube melt? 14. 
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course PHYS 122 taught by Professor Terry during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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