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Is Burning Paper a Chemical Change?

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Burning paper is indeed considered a chemical change. Any type of flammability is always considered a chemical change.
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A chemical change occurs when either two elements are mixed together or decompose, creating a chemical change. Since burning paper is a type of decomposition, it is a type of chemical change.
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If you have a post it note, tear it in half. Does it stay the same? Yes. Now burn a post it note. Does it look the same? No. Is it still a post it note? No. It is now ash.
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because the paper turns to ash which has different chemical properties as the original paper. also, fire is the catalyst.
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A chemical reaction is just whenever two
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A chemical change occurs whenever compounds are formed or decomposed.
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