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Chemical Properties ( Calcium Carbide & Water )

Project for Mr. Erland
by

Jane Yuan

on 11 April 2013

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Calcium Carbide and Water

Colour
grey or black
Odour
garlic-like odour
State
solid (at room temp.)
Texture
rough
Lustre
dull
Malleability
hard
















Melting Point
2160 °C
Boiling Point
2300 °C
Solubility
decomposes in water
Hardness
hard
Conductivity
the more pure the calcium carbide, the higher conductivity
Density
2.22 g/cm3

Colour
slight blue hue
Odour
odourless
State
liquid (at room temp.)
Texture
smooth
Lustre
reflective
Malleability
takes shape of its container



















Viscosity
0.001 Pas
Melting Point
0.0 °C
Boiling Point
99.98 °C
Hardness
soft
Conductivity
the less pure, the more conductive
Density
1 g/cm3 A physical property is a characteristic of a substance that can be observed and measured without changing the identity of the substance. Qualitative Physical Properties Quantitative Physical Properties Qualitative Physical Properties Quantitative Physical Properties A qualitative physical property can be observed and described without detailed measurement. A quantitative physical property can be measured and assigned a particular value. H2O + CaC2 C2H2 Chemical Properties bubbles on contact production of heat toxic production of acetylene combustible A chemical property describes the behavior a substance as it becomes a new substance reactivity with water calcium carbide reacts with water to produce acetylene gas. Physical Properties of Calcium Carbide (Ca C2)
Physical Properties of Water (H2O) water calcium
carbide acetylene Chemical Equation Thank You For Watching c:
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