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  • Some physical properties could be density, hardness, ductility, luminescence, solubility, viscosity, malleability, temperature, smell, and volume.
  • A physical property is a substance made up of mass and volume.
  • A chemical property changes substances either slightly or entirely during a chemical reaction.
  • The blackboard resembles volume. It takes up a large space in our classroom.
  • The test tube I'm holding is an example of luminescence. I mixed hydrogen peroxide and phenyl oxalate for a glow.
  • Let's go outside!
  • The sugar cube I'm holding has solubility because it dissolves.
  • These pennies are from malleability because the copper was pounded into this shape.
  • This piece of gum has ductility, because I can stretch it out into a wire.
  • The air is temperature because its super cold! But could be hot.
  • The tree has density because its solid.
  • The dog poop is smell because it has a very strong scent.
  • The honey has viscosity because it runs slowly.
  • Those rocks resemble hardness because they are very resistant to external force.
  • Some examples of chemical properties are flammability, radioactivity, toxicity, and reaction with acid.
  • This match is flammable because it catches fire with friction.
  • The smoke detector on the cieling has radioactivity because it has no stable isotopes.
  • Very Good! Let's finish this outside!
  • That log could have a reaction with acid because if a corrosive touched it, it would be eaten away.
  • This chlorine has toxicity because it contains the toxic chemical allowing it to damage other organisms.
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