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Materials don’t always stay the same. If you stretch a rubber band, it will bounce back again. But if you chop up a carrot, you can’t put the carrot back together again. When you are baking a cake, the ingredients all look different. But when you mix them together and cook them, they change and become a new material. The cooked cake doesn’t look like any of the ingredients. Let’s find out a bit more about how materials change.
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