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physical property
a characteristic of matter that can be observed by the senses - for example, shape, size, taste, texture, color and form.
a physical property of matter that can be found by dividing the mass of a material by its volume.
state of matter
a physical property that describes matter as a solid (brick), a liquid(water), or a gas(air).
chemical property
a characteristic of a substance that allows it change to a new substance - for example, the ability to burn and the ability to react with oxygen.(poison)
keeps snow or ice from attaching to the pavement.
physical change
a change in the shape, size, form, or state of matter that can be observed without changing the identity of the matter.
is a deicer that causes little or no damage to steel.
chemical change
the change of materials into other , new materials with different properties.
is the largest airplane ever built.
Examples of a physical property?
Science book, table, and window
Examples of a chemical change?
Wood turning to ash, and water turning to freezing ice, cooked cake.
it is a compound that usually disolves in water, and has a sour taste.
Examples of a physical change?
Paper being ripped in half, and watermelon cracked open.
has physical properties(soap).