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when an electric current is passed through water during the process of electrolysis, two gases are formed. One gas has a boiling point of -183C degree and the other has a boiling point of -253C degree. Has a physical or chemical change occurred?

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  1. yes

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    posted by Elon Musk
  2. @Elon Musk "Yes" is not an answer...

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    posted by TwinkyTiger
  3. Well, a physical change is a change that changes the form or appearance of a material, however, does not actually make the material into a different substance; a chemical change actually changes the material itself. What do you think it would be?

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    posted by Possibly
  4. physical? arent you supposed to give the answer?

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    posted by phoenix
  5. srry guys i cant help

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    posted by j-man lbj
  6. It is a chemical change. Thank you very much i hope im correct

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    posted by 7&Nuts
  7. It is chemical change thx 7&nuts "BAD NAME" ok connexius SUCK IT YES

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  8. PICKLE RICK!!1!1!1!!

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    posted by Rick Sanchez
  9. Oh man oh geez

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    posted by Morty Smith

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