Physical and Chemical Changes
By: Brianna Pierce
Physical Changes - A change of matter from one form to another without a change in chemical properties.
Chemical Changes - A change that occurs when one or more substances change into entirely new substances with different properties.
Cutting an apple into slices
It is still apples even when you cut it half.
Ice Cream mealting
It is still ice cream even when it is melted.
All it is, is the moon covering up the sun. Nothing changes.
Turning an orange into orange juice.
It's still an orange but in juice form.
Melting an ice cube.
If you melt ice it becomes water, but if you put in the freezer it would become ice again.
Crushing a soda can.
It's still a soda can, but all it is, is it's crushed.
You can never get the batter back.
Cooking a Steak
You can never make it raw again.
Once you burn the wood it will never be the light brown again.
One you pop the popcorn you can't get the kernels back.
The rust won't come off so it won't be able to become the nail it was before.
Once the mold id on it, it won't come off.