# CHM

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Which of the following is not an example of a physical change?
accidentally leaving a piece of toast in the toaster until it is completely black

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I would agree that burnt toast is an example of a chemical change.
I suppose if one wanted to get picky, "leaving" the toast somewhere is a physical change but burning it is a chemical change.

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