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chemical property examples th ability for alka selter and water to react and release a gas. the ability for of a metal to rust.
Physical change definition a change in a property that does not change what the substance is
chemical change examples bubbles rusting or corrosion color changes as so does the density odor change
state whether something is a solid or liquid gas or plasma
state examples water steam ice wax liquid wax vapor wax
is change of state a chemical or physical property? physical
malleability the ability of something to be pounded flat
mass the amount of matter in something
density the amount of mass in a particular volume
volume how much space something takes up measured in cm3 and ml
identity how you identify something
gravity the force of attraction between two objects
weight the amount of gravity pulling on a mass
reactive when two or more substances mix and substances turn into something new
characteristic properties a property used to identify something
kilogram a measurement
the SI unit for weight Newton
Liter measurement for volume of a liquid
kilograms measurement for mass
meniscus the dip in a graduated cylinder
ductiliy is the ability to draw things into wire
flammability the ability for a substance to catch on fire
Created by: bigmac23