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Which best describes the physical change of an aluminum soda can after its crushed?
A change in the mass of can
B change in weight of can
C change of volume of can
D change in the specific heat of can

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    C = change in the volume of the can. Everything else remains the same. Specific heat is a chemical property, not a physical one.

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