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Physical & Chem Prop

Physical and Chemical Properties

The substance is a greenish-brown colour
The substance is smooth or rough texture
It smells like burnt toast odour
It is shiny lustre
you can't see through it opaque
you can see clearly through it transparent
you can only see some light through it transluscent
sweet, salty, bitter or sour taste
it is a solid, liquid or gas state
the ratio of mass to volume density
the resistance to being scratched hardness
the temperature at which a solid turns into a liquid melting point
the temperature at which a liquid turns into a gas boiling point
the ability to dissolve solubility
how easily a liquid flows viscosity
it can be hammered into a thin sheet malleability
it can be pulled into a wire ductility
it allows electricity to flow conductivity
a description of a substance physical property
how a substance reacts or behaves chemical property
Created by: mrohrling