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Chemical Properties Of Matter

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  • 1. Chemical Properties of Matter
  • 2. What is a chemical property? A chemical property describes a substance and its ability to change into a new substance with different properties
  • 3. Chemical Property: Flammability
    • Flammability is the ability to burn
    • Example: Wood can be burned to create smoke and ash
  • 4. Chemical Property: Reactivity
    • Reactivity is when 2 substances get together, something can happen. You will usually see bubbling, fizzing, or color change. There can also be a production of heat, sound, light, or color.
    • Example: Iron reacts with Oxygen to form Rust
    • Reactivity with Oxygen
    • Reactivity with Acid
    • Reactivity with water
  • 5. How do you observe chemical properties?
    • You can observe chemical properties with your senses, but they are difficult to see.
    • Example: You can’t see the flammability of wood or the Non flammability of gold unless you actually try to burn it.
    • **A substance always has its chemical properties. Ex: A piece of wood is flammable even when it’s not burning.