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Transcript
Do Now 9-1-16
Properties of Matter
Chemical and Physical
Properties
What is Matter?
Matter is:
anything that has mass
and takes up space.
Chemistry is:
the study of matter and
how it changes.
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Physical Properties
• Can be observed or measured without changing the
composition of a substance
• Use your senses to observe some of the basic physical
properties of a substance
• Describe the appearance of matter.
Physical Properties
Examples:
shape
color
odor
texture
melting point
boiling point
strength
hardness
conductivity
magnetism
Physical Properties
Other Examples:
heat
viscosity
density
buoyancy
state of matter
Chemical Properties
• Chemical property: the way a
substance reacts with others to form
new substances with different
properties
• Describes the behavior or reactivity
of matter.
Chemical Properties
Examples:
Reactivity
Flammability
Corrosion
Tarnishing
pH
Physical or Chemical Property?
Determine in the
next slides if it is a
physical property or
chemical property.
Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius
Diamonds are capable of cutting
glass
Water can be separated into hydrogen
and oxygen
Sugar is capable of dissolving in
water
Vinegar will react with baking
soda
Yeast acts on sugar to form carbon
dioxide and ethanol
Wood is flammable
Aluminum has a low density
Ammonia is a gas at room
temperature
Bromine has a red color
Questions