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abrar
abrar asks:
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Formation of snow is a physical change. Explain?

In Topics: Helping my child with science, Nature and outdoors
> 60 days ago

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Erowbug
Erowbug writes:
It's simply changing form, its still the same compound. gas solid liquid... the molecules are still the same. just moving at different rates.
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vicy_verghese2006
vicy_verghe... writes:
It is a physical change, from liquid to solid. The snowflake is still a form of water.

Physical change - a change in a substance that does not involve a change in the identity, including a change in state between solid, liquid and gas phases
Physical Change: A physical change is when the product's outer appearance has changed but it's still the product
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