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Does the application of heat to a substance always produce a chemical change? And give examples to support your answer.can someone help me?

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  1. No, of course not. I can heat aluminum metal and it gets hot. If not too hot it may melt. Oxidation is minimal. Ice melts if it gets hot but doesn't change the fact it is H2O.

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