State Whether the Following Statement is True Or False. If False Write the Correct Statement. During Physical Changes, the Composition of the Original Substance is Not Altered, but the Properties - Chemistry

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State whether the following statement is true or false. If false write the correct statement.

During physical changes, the composition of the original substance is not altered, but the properties of the original substance are altered.

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  • True

  • False

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Chapter 2: Physical and Chemical Changes - Objective Type Questions

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Viraf J. Dalal Class 7 New Simplified Middle School Chemistry
Chapter 2 Physical and Chemical Changes
Objective Type Questions | Q 2.2

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