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A change from one state of matter to another involves the transform of A. heat. B. atoms. C. phase. D. density.
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User: A change from one state of matter to another involves the transform of A. heat. B. atoms. C. phase. D. density.

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Asked 5/31/2013 9:03:11 AM
Updated 1/20/2019 8:10:29 AM
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Flagged by paine [1/20/2019 6:25:49 AM], Edited by matahari [1/20/2019 8:10:29 AM]
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A change from one state of matter to another involves the transform of heat.
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