Physical Property/Changes vs. Chemical Property/Changes - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Physical Property/Changes vs. Chemical Property/Changes PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 6bdeed-ZjcyZ



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Physical Property/Changes vs. Chemical Property/Changes

Description:

Physical Property/Changes vs. Chemical Property/Changes How can we describe matter? There are two ways to describe matter You can describe matter by its: Physical ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:68
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 17
Provided by: Mardena6
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Physical Property/Changes vs. Chemical Property/Changes


1
Physical Property/Changes vs. Chemical
Property/Changes
  • How can we describe matter?

2
There are two ways to describe matter
  • You can describe matter by its
  • Physical properties/changes
  • Chemical properties/changes

3
Physical Property/Changes
  • Examples of physical properties/changes
  • Describing/changing the size
  • Describing/changing the shape
  • Describing the color
  • Describing/changing the texture (how it feels)
  • Describing/changing the temperature
  • Changing the state of matter (solid, liquid, gas)

4
Chemical Property/Changes
  • Examples of chemical properties/changes
  • Reacting with something else to create explosion,
    bubbles, fizzing, foaming, fire
  • Changing into something new
  • Rusting or tarnishing
  • Baking/cooking
  • Changing the color

5
Examples
  • The elephant has a mass of 6000 kilograms
  • Physical or chemical property/change?
  • Why?

6
  • Physical
  • You are describing the size

7
  • The metal spoon can be bent in half
  • Physical or chemical property/change?
  • Why?

8
  • Physical
  • You are changing the shape or size

9
  • The mentos react with the pop creating gas
  • Physical or chemical property/change?
  • Why?

10
  • Chemical
  • Foaming, Fizzing, bubbles or explosion

11
  • The pig is pink and its skin is smooth
  • Physical or chemical property/change?
  • Why?

12
  • Physical
  • You are describing the color and texture

13
  • A match is struck against the ground and creates
    fire.
  • Physical or chemical property/change?
  • Why?

14
  • Chemical
  • Fire!

15
  • A firework is lit and it bursts in the sky
    creating light and sound
  • Physical or chemical property/change?
  • Why?

16
  • Chemical
  • Something new created, fire, or explosion
About PowerShow.com