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Would you expect a chemical change to be always accompanied by a physical change?Pls. Explain

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    I would expect that to be the usual but I'm sure if we thought about it we could find a few examples where that isn't true. The reason I would expect that is that if the chemical composition changes, as in a chemical change, usually the material looks and feels differently, too.

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