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Physical vs. Chemica

You add sugar to lemonade physical change (dissolving)
Boiling water physical change
Frying an egg chemical change
rust forming on metal chemical change (reacting)
fruit rotting chemical change
removing salt from water by evaporation physical change
is shiny and silvery physical property
melts easily physical property
has a density of 2.4 g/mL physical property
reacts with water chemical property
is red physical property
does not react with hydrogen chemical property
burning wood into ash chemical change
digesting food chemical change
reactivity chemical property
a substance was non flammable chemical property
a substance was non soluble (didn't dissolve) physical property
a new substance is formed chemical change
clues of a chemical change temperature change, change in odor, color change, gas forming (bubbles)
can be reversed physical change
changes an objects shape or size, but not chemical composition physical change
Created by: jloehr