Science 2

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  • Properties
  • Ok so let's look at Chemical properties first.
  • Change
  • Properties
  • Ok so now let's look at Chemical Changes. 
  • Change
  • Chemical  Properties  & Changes 
  • Physical  Properties  & Changes 
  • Chemical Properties:  The properties of a substance that can be used to identify it and that describes how the substance reacts with another substance resulting in a new substance. EX: Paper is Flammable, When something Rust 
  • Properties
  • Ok so let's look at Physical properties first.
  • Change
  • Chemical Change:  A change in a substance that results in a different kind of substance and that cannot be reversed  EX:  A  pancake cooking on a griddle, Hydrogen and oxygen Reacting to form water 
  • Properties
  • Ok so now let's look at Physical Changes. 
  • Change
  • James is now taking Sarah to the Physical teaching room. 
  • So do you understand now?
  • Yeah, I think I do. A Chemical Property is what could happen that would change a substance but a Physical property is what a substance looks like. A Chemical change is what happens to create a new substance and a  Physical change is what happened to change the appearance no the substance.
  • Physical Properties:  Characteristics of matter, size, shape, state that can be observed & measured  EX:  When water boils or when a substance dissolves in water. 
  • Physical Change:  A change in the property of a substance that does not create a new kind of matter.  EX:  When butter melts or when wadding up paper
  • So Now Sarah Understands the difference between a Chemical change/property and a Physical Change/ property. 
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