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Camponeschi

Camponeschi - chemistry 1 targets 3

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physical property a property that can be observed or measured without changing the identity of the matter
chemical property describes a substance's ability to change into a new substance - how it reacts with other chemicals
physical or chemical property? - color physical property
physical or chemical property? - ability to react with oxygen chemical property
physical or chemical property? - wood is flammable chemical property - reacts with oxygen
physical or chemical property? - metal is magnetic physical property - magnetism does not change the identity of the substance
physical or chemical property? - copper conducts electricity ysical property - electricity does not change the identity of the substance
density the amount of matter in a given space (mass per volume)
characteristic property a property that does not change no matter the size of the substance
what are three characterstic properties boilding point, melting point, density
how do you calculate density mass/volume (mass divided by volume)
units for mass grams
units for volume cm^3 (cubic centimeters) or ml
units for density g/cm^3 or g/ml
if you break a glass bottle, does the density of the glass change no - density is a characterstic property
Created by: camponel on 2012-03-14



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