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Explain how you know whether the reaction is chemical or

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Problem 3

Explain how you know whether the reaction is chemical or nuclear when an atom undergoes a reaction and attains a more-stable form.

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Chapter 1 ● Matter, Measurement, and Problem Solving ○ Atoms: Submicroscopic particles that are the building blocks of all matter. ○ Molecules: two or more atoms ● Chemistry : Study of how matter behaves ● The Scientific Approach to Knowledge ○ Hypothesis ■ A proposed explanation of observations ■ Can be refuted or confirmed by further observations ■ Tested by experiments (results of experiments are further observations) ○ Scientific law (principle) ■ Summarize

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Textbook: Chemistry: Matter & Change
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Author: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780078746376

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