Physical and Chemical Properties

By: Ariana Hernandez

Physical Property

Physical Properties are the characteristics of substances that can be observed without changing the substance into something else.

Examples for Physical Property:

1. The ice is cold.

2. The sugar is very sweet.

3. The vinegar has a very strong odor.

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Chemical Property

Chemical Property are the characteristics that is observed when a substance interacts with another substance.

Examples of Chemical Property:

1. Metal can rust.

2. Wood is flammable.

3. Sugar can be dissolved.

Physical Change

Physical Change is a change that alters the form or appearance of a substance but does not make the material into another substance.

Examples of Physical Change :

1. Water into ice.

2. Ice into water.

3. Water into vapor.

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Chemical Change

Chemical Change is a change in matter that produces a new substance. Including odor, temperature, rust, dissolve, and foaming ( fizzing, bubbling.)

Examples of Chemical Change:

1. Dissolving sugar.

2. Rusting metal.

3. Burning wood.

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