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The Physical vs Chemical

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Chemical Change - a change that occurs when one or more substances change into entirely new substances with different properties.

Physical vs Chemical

Physical Change - a change of matter from one form to another without a change in chemical properties.

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Physical Properties

Chemical Properties

Change of state is a physical property because even though the substance changes state its chemical copund does not change.

Color is a example of a physical property because it is easily observable and does not mess with the chemical make up of the substance. It can also be changed easily without changing the chrmical make up.

Flammability is an example of a chemical property because when something burns it undergoes a chemical change and changes it chemical make up.

Malleability is an example of physical property because even though the item changes shape you can reverse it back to its original shape without changing the chemical make up of it.

Reactivity with water is also an example of a chemical property because when certain substances react with water their chemical make up changes which makes it a chemical property

Oxidation is an example of a chemical property because when something rusts it's chemical compound changes and cannot return back to it's original form.

Chemical Reaction - a process that involves rearragement of the molecular or iconic structure of a substance, as opposed to change in physical form or a nuclear reaction.


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