What Is The Similarities Of Physical & Chemical Change?

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The major similarity between a physical and the chemical change is that the state of the reactants is changed. Secondly, chemical and physical change is always accompanied with the changes in the energy. For example, heat can be released or consumed during both of the reactions. Thirdly, new products are formed as a result of both of the reactions.  I think these are the three similarities between the two reactions, otherwise they are very dissimilar to each other.
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I think they have the same reactants, they are both changes, they require energy, they have to do with matter and they both have a change of state.
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What I know is that they both can be categorized under characteristic properties and that they both can change state
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Ice-water-steam is physical . . . In any form, still H20.

Chemical change always produces new, different compound. Chemical changes cannot be reversed by a mere physical process (such as heat addition/removal).

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