Physical and Chemical Change, and Properties
by Mary Kate Soucek
Examples of Physical Properties
Some examples is smell, color, freezing point, and melting point.
Examples of Chemical Properties
Chemical properties is like burning paper, or writing on paper with a pin.
A physical property can be measured without changing it chemically. And a chemical property has to change the chemical identity of a substance.
A example of chemical change is a burning candle, burning wood, or even baking a cake.
Some examples is like, crushing a can, melting an ice cube, or breaking a glass.
The Difference between Chemical and Physical Change
A Physical change dose not change. A chemical change is a new substance that is formed and energy is either given off or absorbed.
The Deference between Chemical Change and Chemical Property
Chemical Property measures the potential for undergoing the Chemical Change.
the difference between physical change and physical properties
A physical change is when something undergoes a change, but still retains it's traits. a physical property is a trait something has, that you can, for example, feel, or taste.
Physical Change, Physical Properties, Chemical Change, and Chemical Properties are all different.