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After undergoing a chemical reaction substances no longer exist in their original form? If not explain.

I think it is correct but then i think this might be the definition for a chemical change ( not reaction )

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    The staement is correct. A new chemical compound is formed in a chemical reaction, and all chemical and physical properties change

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