Physical vs Chemical

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Physical vs Chemical

Texture is a physical property because even though the aluminum foil is all crumbled up no chemical reactions occur and no new compounds are produced. It only changes texture.

Chemical Reaction - a process that involves rearrangement of the molecular or ionic structure of a substance, as opposed to a change in physical form or a nuclear reaction.First, there is double displacement reaction in which acetic acid in vinegar reacts with sodium bicarbonate to form sodium acetate and carbonic acid.

Physical vsChemical

Physical Property: ShapeShape is a physical change because even though the wood is two different shapes they are made of the same thing, wood.

A physical change is a type of change in which the form of matter is altered but one substance is not transformed into another.Physical PropertiesPhysical properties can be observed or measured without changing the composition of matter. Physical properties include: appearance, texture, color, shape, odor, density, height, and many others.

Flammablity is a chemical property because you can’t tell just by looking at something how easily it will burn. Fire testing is done to determine how difficult or easy if will be to get a certain material to burn.

Chemical Property: Flammabilty

Physical Change

Chemical Change

Physical Property: Height

Height is a physical property because even though the two people in the picture below are different heights they are still the same thing, humans.

Physical Property: Texture

A chemical change is a process where one or more substances are altered into one or more new and different substances.Chemical Properties: Chemical properties of matter are those that relate to how the substance changes in composition or how it interacts with other substances.Chemical properties include: flammabilty, reactivity, heat of combustion, toxicity, ability to oxidize, etc.

Chemical Property: Ability to Oxidize

This is what takes place by gaining oxygen, losing hydrogen, or losing electrons, and is a chemical property that results in the oxidation number of a substance being changed.

Chemical Property: ReactivityBaking soda and Vinegar


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