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which process does not produce a physical change of state?

A) MELTING ICE

B) HEATING WATER VAPOUR

C) FREEZING WATER

D)

MY GUESS IS

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    SORRY I DIIDNT FINISH:

    D) BOILING WATER

    MY GUESS IS FREEZING WATER?

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    What is D?

    What is your answer?

    http://chemistry.about.com/od/lecturenotesl3/a/chemphyschanges.htm

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    D is boiling water


    and my answer is freezing water

    its right there

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    Freezing water produces a physical change -- from water to ice.

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    is it B: heating water vapour

    ignore my first answer

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    since im pretty sure freezing, melting and boiling is all physical

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    I agree.

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    thanks :)

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    You're welcome.

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