The decomposition of animals waste by anaerobic bacteria produce biogas (change A) . Then it burns (change B) . What are the simil

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The decomposition of animals waste by anaerobic bacteria produce biogas (change A) . Then it burns (change B) . What are the similarities between the two changes

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    Bacteria acts on waste and converts it to bio-gas (change A). Hence, it is a chemical change during bio-gas production (change B), it works as fuel and produces and heat. Hence, A and B both are chemical changes.It is a chemical change because burning of bio-gas produces new substances like carbon dioxide and water vapour.

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