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Physical properties

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  • 1. Physical Properties
    Properties of the substance that do not change the substance into something new
    Color, shape, texture
    Boiling Point, Melting Point, Density, etc
  • 2. Physical Change
    A change to the substance that affects the physical properties
    Melting, Boiling, smashing, etc
  • 3. Chemical Properties
    Tells how the substance would react.
    It would change to something new
  • 4. Chemical Change
    Changes the substance into a brand new substance.
    Rearranges the atoms
    Bonds are broken and new bonds are formed
    Rusting, burning, etc

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