Physical and Chemical Properties

By: Chloe, Karen, Taylor, and Anand

Chemical Properties

1. flammability- the ability to support combustion

2. reactivity- the tendency of a substance to undergo chemical reaction and to release energy

3. toxicity- containing poisonous substances

4. oxidation- combined with oxygen

5. corrosive- causing damage to metal or other materials through a chemical process

6. coordination number- the number of attachments to the main atom in a coordination complex

7. chemical stability- the tendency of a material to resist change or decomposition due to internal reaction, or due to the action of air, heat, light, pressure

8. electromotive force- something that moves electricity

9. food spoilage- the process or result of decaying to food

10. pH- the scale by which we rate acids and alkalies






Flammability

Reactivity

Toxicity

Oxidation

Corrosive

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Coordination Number

CORDINATION NUMBER

Chemical Stability

Electromotive Force

Food Spoilage

Spoiling Food Chemical Change

pH

Physical Properties

1. color- quality such as red. blue, green,yellow, etc. that you see when looking at something

2. odor- a distinctive smell

3. texture- the feel of a surface or substance

4. luster- a gentle sheen of a partly reflected surface

5. density- the amount of matter in a substance

6. flexibility- the quality of bending without breaking

7. length- the measurement from one end of something to the other

8. boiling point- the temperature where a liquid begins to boil

9. melting point- the temperature where a solid begins to melt

10. ductility- being capable of being bent to different shapes; of a metal

Color

Odor

Texture

Luster

Density

Flexibility

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Length

Boiling Point

Melting Point

Ductility