Problem: Which of the following is a chemical change? A. dissolving salt in water B. boiling water C. cutting a diamond D. crumpling paper E. hydrogen peroxide fizzing on a wound

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A chemical change is any change that involves reaction or change in composition of substance. Among the 

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Which of the following is a chemical change? 

A. dissolving salt in water 

B. boiling water 

C. cutting a diamond 

D. crumpling paper 

E. hydrogen peroxide fizzing on a wound

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