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30 November, 16:00

When baking soda and vinegar react, the surface bubbles. What does this most likely indicate? a chemical change, because a precipitate is being formed a chemical change, because a gas is being formed a non-chemical change, because a precipitate is being formed a non-chemical change, because a gas is being formed

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  1. 30 November, 17:39
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    a gas is being formed
  2. 30 November, 17:59
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    It's a chemical change because anything that bubbles/fizzes, creates any kinda gas, smells, or changes at all in anyway makes it a chemical change.
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