Baking soda reacting with vinegar is chemical change or physical change?

Adding vinegar to baking soda is a classic example of a chemical change where sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) is reacted with acetic acid and water (vinegar) releasing carbon dioxide and making sodium acetate. This produces bubbling which is the carbon dioxide (CO2) gas being released.

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baking soda[sodium hydrogen carbonate] & vinegar[acetic acid]  when mixes with each other =carbon dioxide +heat +other substances. Therefor,it is a chemical change.
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It's a chemical change because a new substance is formed that is carbondioxide.
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It's a chemical change.
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