Physical and chemical smore!!!
By: Jordan Mundhenk
The Temperature when water starts boiling is a physical property of water. A physical property is a characteristic of a substance without changing the substance.
A crushed can is an example of physical change. The reason is, physical change is a change in appearance. The can is still a can but it just looks different.
Oil and water is an example of a chemical property. A chemical property is a characteristic observed when two or more substances interact with each other.
Burning wood is a chemical change. A chemical change made chemically. (Produces a substance. Example: burning wood eventually turns to ash.)
Physical and chemical change
Physical property definition
Examples: temp. When water boils, temp. When water freezes, and solubility
Physical change definition
Examples: a crushed can, chopped wood, and ripped paper.
Chemical property definition
Examples: oil and water, sugar and water, and salt and water.
Chemical change definition
Examples: burned wood into ash, water into ice, and water evaporation.