Physical and Chemical Smore

Physical Change

Definition: A change that alters the form of a material but does not make the material into another substance.


3 examples:

1. Cutting wood

2. Cutting paper

3. Breaking a stick


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Chemical Change

Definition: A change in matter that produces a new substance.



3 examples:

1. Cake dough

2. Making salt

3. Digesting food


The 4 indicators: Gas,Temperature,Precipitate or Color change


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Physical Properties

Definition: A characteristic of substances that can be observed without changing the substance into something else.


Examples:

1. Red brick

2. Water in a glass

3. Ballon being blown up


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Chemical Properties

Definition: A characteristic that is observed when a substance is mixed with another substance.


Examples:

1. Baking soda volcano

2. Making chemicals

3. Mentos + Diet Coke


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The World's Largest Baking Soda Volcano

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