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Physical Vs Chemical

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Tife Olaofe

on 10 September 2014

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Transcript of Physical Vs Chemical

Intensive vs. Extensive Properties
does not depend on the size or the amount of material of the object. (matter)
Changes the size and amount of material in the object.
*Chemical changes are only intensive*
Indicators of Chemical Changes
There are 4 indicators of chemical changes.
Color Change
Gas Production
Heat & Light
Precipitate (solid)
Chemical Properties
Is the behavior of a substance when it undergoes a chemical change.
Physical Changes
A physical change occurs when no new substance is produced. Physical changes deal with the physical properties of a substance.
Ex: change of state, slicing bread, malleable, ductile, breaking glass, and more.
Chemical Changes
Physical Changes
Chemical Changes

Examples of
Intensive Properties
Melting and Freezing Point
Examples of
Extensive Properties
Physical Properties
Are any properties that do not change the chemical state of matter.
Involves a physical change, but not a chemical change.
By: Tife Olaofe, LeBria Casher, and Alyssa Power
(4th period Honors Chemistry)

A chemical change is a change that forms a new substance. For instance, if something is combustible, corrosive, rusting, tarnishing,or burning, then it will undergo a chemical change. Also, if you pay attention, light, heat, and sound play a factor in determining chemical changes.
Ex: Fireworks (combustion), wood burning, baking foods, and more.
Ex.: Density of Gold
Ex.: A Burning Page
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