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A Type of Chemical Change Such as Rusting?

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The type of chemical change that takes place in course such as rusting is Oxidation. This is a process in which a chemical substance changes because of the addition of oxygen. And rusting in this case is a perfect example, a redox (oxidation-reduction) effect for example iron + oxygen --- (water) ---> hydrated iron (iii) oxide, aka rust
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Rusting is a redox (oxidation-reduction) reaction.
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The type of chemical change such as rusting is Physical
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Most of the materials you encounter in your daily life are chemical compounds made up of two or more chemical elements. The properties of a compound depend on the elements it contains
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Because it is formed by turning Fe and O2 to iron oxide. You get a new substance you did not start with.
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