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Science study guide

All about counting elements to chemical and physical change

How many elements are in the example CH2CaS 4
How many elements are in the example below SHCCaCHS 4
What is a chemical change A change that changes the chemical makeup in a substance.
What is a physical change A change that keeps all the properties the same just a different state of matter or different measurements.
What is a example of a chemical change Fire cause it changes wood into different gases. So the chemical makeup of the wood changed.
What is a example of a physical change A example of a physical change is Igneous rock melting back into lava cause transforming from one state of matter tom the other is a physical change.
Physical Properties Properties that can be observed or measured without changing substance
Chemical properties Properties that changes the substance's chemical identity
What is the physical property of baking soda Fine white powder
What is the physical property of Red Phenol Red Liquid
What is the physical property of vinegar Clear Liquid
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