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Matter

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what is an example of a physical change? melting
what is a sign that a chemical change has occurred? smoke
when iron reacts with oxygen, what substance is produced? rust
what describes the physical property of density? the amount of mass for a given volume
what describes a boiling point? a physical property
what property is described as the ability of metals to be hammered into sheets? malleability
name a chemical property? flammability
what is the description of volume? the amount of space an object takes up
what kind of change results in a new substance? chemical
what is conserved during any change? mass
what is a term that is a physical property that describe the amount of matter in an object? mass
Created by: 9oscar9