Drain cleaners often produce a great deal of heat as they unclog drains. Is the action of drain cleaners a physical or chemical change? ?
- reme_1Lv 73 weeks ago
this is the religious section. pay attention.
- PaulLv 63 weeks ago
Science forum is down the hall to your left.
- RicoLv 43 weeks ago
It’s a chemical reaction which causes a physical change
- choko_canyonLv 73 weeks ago
Chemical. Why did you post this 'chemistry' question in the Religion and Spirituality section?
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- electron1Lv 73 weeks ago
Drain cleaners contain sodium hydroxide. The sodium hydroxide reacts with the oil and fats in the drain. The heat is result of this exothermic chemical reaction.
- jpopelishLv 73 weeks ago
are a subset of physical change.
A change in free energy
almost always accompanies
- Mike WLv 73 weeks ago
It's a chemical change.
- 3 weeks ago
Try your best dear
- EverardLv 63 weeks ago
Monkey-slapping section >>> that way.
- samiamrdLv 73 weeks ago
The chemical change produces the heat.