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Changing_state_display - state. Melting When a solid warms...

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Irreversible Changes A material changes into a completely new and different material. The new material can not be changed back to what it was before.
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Wood and Paper burn to ash . Flour, water and yeast are baked to make bread Water turns into snow or ice when it gets very cold . When it warms up it turns back to water .
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R eversible Changes In a reversible change a material turns into something that looks and feels different, but is not changed forever. It can be changed back to its original
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Unformatted text preview: state. Melting When a solid warms up and turns into a liquid. Chocolate goes soft and gooey if you heat it. Cool it down and it goes hard again. make bread. Condensation When water vapour cools and turns to liquid. Freezing When a liquid gets cold enough to turn into a solid. Evaporation When a liquid warms up and starts to turn into a gas. Dissolve When a solid mixes into a liquid and just leaves a new liquid....
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