*Milo dissolves into hot milk
*A plate is dropped and shatters
*Grass in mowed
*Metal Knife is sharpened
*Breakfast Cereal goes soggy
*Wood burns to form black charcoal
* A green tomato ripens and turns red
* Fireworks explode to form colourful light and loud sounds
* Vegetables scraps in the compost bin decompose to form rich soil
* An egg is cooked to become a white and yellow solid
Physical change-1.tearing paper
2.melting of water
3.evaporaion of water
4.freezing of water
5.chopping of veggies or fruits
7.glowing of bulb
8.crushing a can
9.breaking a vase
10.mixing water and oil
Chemical change-1.burning of paper
7.milk turning sour
8.curdling of milk
9.rusting of iron
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Wood is burnt down to ashes.
Ashes become a good fertilizer for gardens.
what are 10 examples of chemical change
No pictures, but here are ten examples of physical and chemical change: Physical: melting, freezing, subliming, condensing, deposition, vaporizing, crushing, bending, tearing, mixing in a heterogeneous mixture. Chemical: combustion, rusting, baking, electroplating, yeast, acid and base neutralization, baking soda and vinegar, chemical battery, metabolism.
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That change would be physical, since the chemical identity of the wood has not been altered by cutting it.
it doesn't matter how high it is, if its burning, its a chemical change
There are a great many different examples of chemical properties. Flammability, reactivity, and bonding properties are all examples of chemical properties.
Both chemical -- carbon, and physical -- 10 on the Mohs Scale of hardness for minerals.
Whene a fire burns An apple rots Plastic melts by heat or friction anything changes due to chemicals...
Neon or Ne on the periodic chart has an atomic number of 10. The link provided will list it's other chemical and physical properties.
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Examples are: boiling, freezing, evaporation, deposition, sublimation, liquefaction, cutting, grinding, atomization, granulation.
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The change from gas to solid
Physical changes can include changes in the size, shape, texture, phase (solid/liquid/gas), or volume of a material. Its constituent molecular formula does not change, although the atoms may change their organization within the molecules. Examples of physical versus chemical change: PHYSICAL CHANGE 1. Aluminum foil is cut in half 2. Clay is molded into a new shape 3. Butter melts on warm toast 4. Water evaporates from the surface of the ocean 5. A juice box in the freezer freezes 6. Rubbing alcohol evaporates on your hand 7. Crumpled paper 8. Water turned into ice 9. Grating of cheese 10. Cutting of wood CHEMICAL CHANGE 1. Rust forms on a nail left outside 2. Milk goes sour 3. You fry an egg 4. Your body digests food 5. A match is lit 6. You take an antacid to settle your stomach 7. Hydrogen peroxide bubbles in a cut 8. Food scraps are turned into compost in a compost pile 9. Gasoline is ignited 10. Jewelry tarnishes
physical properties are properties that can ONLY ne observed by changing the chemical identidy of the substance. example: ph,flammibility, wether it dissolves or not,how it reacts to water... physical properties are properties that can be observed without having to change the substance. example: smoothness, wetness, its color ,its smell ,its texture...hope it helped ----------------------------------------------- Physical properties: density, color, hardness, electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, viscosity, tensile strength, malleability, magnetic properties, refractive index, etc. Chemical properties: reactivity, solubility, aptitude to thermal degradation, toxicologic properties, valences, heat of combustion, enthapy of formation, flammability, bonding type, oxydation reactions, etc.
PHYSICAL CHANGE 1. Aluminum foil is cut in half 2. Clay is molded into a new shape 3. Butter melts on warm toast 4. Water evaporates from the surface of the ocean 5. A juice box in the freezer freezes 6. Rubbing alcohol evaporates on your hand 7. Crumpled paper 8. Water turned into ice 9. Grating of cheese 10. Cutting of wood CHEMICAL CHANGE 1. Rust forms on a nail left outside 2. Milk goes sour 3. You fry an egg 4. Your body digests food 5. A match is lit 6. You take an antacid to settle your stomach 7. Hydrogen peroxide bubbles in a cut 8. Food scraps are turned into compost in a compost pile 9. Gasoline is ignited 10. Jewelry tarnishes
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1) Chemical and biological sedimentary rocks are produced by chemical weathering instead of the siliciclastic sediments which are created by physical weathering. Because physical weathering is much more often than the chemical weathering there are 10 times more clastic sediments in the earth's crust than chemical and biological sediments.
According to the scientific study physical features changes after 10 years... When the plates of the earth move due to earthquarks and Lavas it cause globle warming and change physical features by melting snow.
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PHYSICAL CHANGE1. Aluminum foil is cut in half2. Clay is molded into a new shape3. Butter melts on warm toast4. Water evaporates from the surface of the ocean5. A juice box in the freezer freezes6. Rubbing alcohol evaporates on your hand7. Crumpled paper8. Water turned into ice9. Grating of cheese10. Cutting of woodCHEMICAL CHANGE1. Rust forms on a nail left outside2. Milk goes sour3. You fry an egg4. Your body digests food5. A match is lit6. You take an antacid to settle your stomach7. Hydrogen peroxide bubbles in a cut8. Food scraps are turned into compost in a compost pile9. Gasoline is ignited10. Jewelry tarnishes
The change is known as puberty, and the age varies among individuals. Girls between the ages of 10 and 14. Boys between the ages of 12 and 16.
- reactivity - flammability - aptitude to explode - electronegativity - pH - corrosion - polymerization - thermal stability - solubility - oxidation aptitude
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