Chemical and Physical Properties
Chemical properties are those that is observed in a chemical reaction. The identity of a substance is changed during a chemical reaction. Physical properties may be observed or measured without changing the identity of a substance.
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created December 3, 2016
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|Property||Chemical or Physical||Example|
|Physical State (solid, liquid, or gas)||Physical Property|
|Melting Point||Physical Property|
|Density (g/mL)||Physical Property|
|Mass (g)||Physical Property|
|Volume (mL)||Physical Property|
|Reactivity (how it reacts with other substances)||Chemical Property|
|Toxicity (how poisonous it is)||Chemical Property|
|Chemical Stability (tendency to resist change or decomposition)||Chemical Property|
|Half-Life (time it takes for 1/2 of a sample of a radioisotope to decay)||Chemical Property|