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No because some go through chemical ones
physical changes~ cutting of paper, parked car, melting butter, flat basketball, and broken glass. chemical changes~burning gas, reacting iron with sulfur, vaporizing water.
yes radioactive decay and particle absorption
Neon can be liquefied and even frozen. However, these physical changes occur only at extremely lower temperatures. Typically, neon exists as an inert gas.
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Dry ice, or solid CO2, In a physical change called sublimation. Other solids go through this phase too, however.
The problem with teenagers are they get more peer pressured into many things which makes them go through many different stages and they go through many emotional and physical changes now in their lives.
IT IS WHEN SOMETHING LIKE US HUMANS FOR EXAMPLE WE GO THROUGH LOTS OF PHYSICAL CHANGES IT IS WHERE YOU CHAND ON THE OUTSIDE AND NO NOT WHAT YOU WEAR BUT YOU START TO DEVELOP AND YOU PHYSICALY CHANGE INTO A ADULT Examples of physical changes are gaining or losing weight, having plastic surgery done to your facial features, etc.
Matter can go through change of state. This is a physical change from gas>liquid>solid. So, matter can has a physical change.