What is chemical change?

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A chemical change is a change that involves the bonds between different atoms. In a chemical change, existing bonds are broken, and new bonds are formed. This happens when the original particles begin to collide with each other. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_change
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Chemical changes result in the production of new substances. Atomic bonds are broken and new ones are formed, and in the process energy is either absorbed or released.
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