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Changes in Matter|
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The law of ____ of energy states that energy can never be destroyed or created.
The ability of a substance to be a part of a chemical change.
When ____ takes place in an animal many chemical changes occur.
If matter has changed but you can change the matter back to its ____ form, then the change that took place was a physical change.
The melting of an ice cube is an example of a ____ change.
The ability of a substance to be burned.
As a result of the law of conservation, during a chemical change the mass of the products is equal to the mass of the ____.
If a change releases this, it is more than likely a chemical change.
____ take place in plants during the food-making process (photosynthesis) by which plants use light, water, and carbon dioxide and release oxygen.
An old fruit that begins to go bad is an example of a ____ change.
When a candle is lit, it undergoes a chemical change and as a result it releases both light and ____.
A change in which new or different kinds of matter are formed.
After a physical or chemical change, the total amount of matter is the ____ as it was before.
The change in which no new kinds of matter are formed, but in which the size, shape, or state of the matter may change.