Problem: A piece of metal, initially at room temperature, is heated. Neither a chemical change nor a physical change takes place. During this process what remains constant? A. The densityB. The massC. The volumeD. All of these properties remain constant. 

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A piece of metal, initially at room temperature, is heated. Neither a chemical change nor a physical change takes place. During this process what remains constant?

A. The density

B. The mass

C. The volume

D. All of these properties remain constant. 

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