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Properties of Matter

Physical Property, Chemical Property, Re-activity, Flammability, Types of Matter

Physical Change a change in one or more physical property of matter without any change in chemical properties.
Chemical Change occurs whenever matter changes into an entirely different substance with different chemical properties.
Signs of chemical change Signs of a chemical change are release of bubbles, color change, an odor, release of heat and light, sound
Metals are elements that conduct electricity. Most elements are metals.
Nonmetals Are elements that mostly cannot conduct electricity. They are the second largest class of elements and some examples are hydrogen, carbon, chlorine, and helium
Metalloids Smallest class of elements, containing six elements. Fall between metals and nonmetals with their physical properties.
Where do metals go on the periodic table? The left side.
Created by: 2018224