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When a physical change occurs what cannot be affected as well? A. size B. shape C. density D. composition
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User: When a physical change occurs what cannot be affected as well? A. size B. shape C. density D. composition

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User: What is a physical property of copper? A. it reacts in acid B. it sometimes turns green C. it boils at a very high temperature D. it will combine with some nonmetals

Weegy: D. It will combine with some nonmetals.
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User: If a substance is heated and then cooled off but remains as the original substance a ________ change has occurred? A. Physical B. Chemical C. Structural D. Physical and chemical

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When a physical change occurs, composition cannot be affected as well.
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A physical property of copper is: it boils at a very high temperature.
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If a substance is heated and then cooled off but remains as the original substance, a physical change has occurred.
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