Review and Practice on Chemical vs. Physical Properties and Changes
Review of Chemical vs. Physical Properties and Changes
Practice on Identifying Chemical and Physical Properties
Water boils at 100 degrees Celcius.
Diamonds are capable of cutting glass.
Water can be separated by electrolysis 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.
Practice on Identifying Chemical and Physical Changes
Dry ice, solid carbon dioxide, is sublimed at room temperature.
Salt is dissolved in water.
Iron rusts in a damp environment.
Gasoline burns in the presence of oxygen.
Hydrogen peroxide decomposes to water and oxygen.
Identifying Different types of Matter.
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