During a Chemical Reaction What Happens?

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During a chemical reaction, a change must occur as one compound will turn into another. The change could be physical if the form has changed. Energy can also be released or gained by a substance in order to undergo change.
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During a chemical reaction, two different elements will form a chemical bond in order to form a chemical compound. The elements do this due to electron instability.
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