Physical and Chemical

Properties and changes

Physical Property

A characteristic of a substance that can be observed without changing the substance into something else.

Examples: Color, texture, temperature, ect.

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The PROPERTIES Song - Mr. Edmonds Rock with the tune from "Oblah-Di Oblah-Da"
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Chemical Property

A characteristic that is when a substance interacts with another substance.

Examples: flammability, corrosiveness, ability to rust, ect.

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Physical Change

A change that alters the form or appearance of a substance but does not make the substance into another substance.

Can Usually be changed back

Examples: change in state, change in color, change in texture, ect.

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Chemical Change (Reaction)

Change in matter that produces a new substance.

A chemical change can NEVER EVER be changed back.

The 5 indicators are: change in odor, change in temperature, color change, gas produced, new substance produced.

Examples: rust, burning, when something corrosive eats through something, ect.

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