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Physical and Chemical Properties of Matter

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on 1 October 2014

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Transcript of Physical and Chemical Properties of Matter

Physical change is a characteristic of a pure substance that can be observed without changing it onto another substance.
What is physical change?

It is a characteristic of a pure substance that describes its ability to change into different substances.
Chemical Property

PHYSICAL PROPERTY

Chemical Property

Properties of matter
Examples of Physical and Chemical Properties

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Physical Property
Ex 1:
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Physical properties can be used to classify matter. For example, two properties of metals are luster and the ability to conduct heat and electricity.
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Ex 1:
Texture and color:
Bumpy texture and bright colors are the physical properties of a chameleon
Ex 2:
Flexibility:
Metal becomes a shiny, flexible toy when it is shaped into a flat wire and coiled.
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Wood fuels a fire, leading to the production of heat, gases, and ash
Ex 2:

Iron is able to form rust, that will turn a once shiny car into a crumbling relic.
Unlike physical properties, it can not be observed just by looking or touching it. In order to observe it, you have to change it to another substance.
What is chemical change?
BY: Payton Hong, Andy Wan, and Kevin Wong
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