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Mass and Solubility I know because i just did it on K12

in order to identify an unknown mineral,scientists will record many different observations. then compare it with charts of known minerals

To identify a property, the first step you have to do is to decide which property you want to experiment with. Then, you test on a sample which is unknown. Finally, you compare and contrast the data with the known properties. :)Peace. :)

the physical propertis are that it is small and hard the chemical properties is unknown

is it ture or falae that unknown compounds can ususally be identified based soley on their physical properties/

Mass and Volume are physical properties that can bed measured. By themselves, neither can bed used to identify unknown objects or substances. However, if you have measured the mass and the volume of an object, you can calculate its density.

you can sell minerals but you can also use them for useful thing like surgery and tools

You often use the properties of a substance to identify it. For example, when you reach into your pocket, you can tell the difference between a ticket stub and a folded piece of tissue because one is stiff and smooth and the other is soft.

you need to determine; hardness, color, transparency, and how they break. Those 4 combined will identify most minerals. There are other tests, but they get more complicated.

The mineral's physical properties can be tested.

how much something weighs (density) a quantitative observation is also a measurement consist of a number and a unit

it is not true that some compounds can usually be indetified based solely on their physical properties.

Minerals may be identified by their color, streak color, hardness, luster, and cleavage/fracture.

This is not just a college course, but a study lasting more than a lifetime if you're wanting a complete listing. So I'll just note that in general, you can identify a compound by comparing the physical and chemical properties of your unknown sample to those of known materials and leave it at that.

Texture = feels, Flexibility = bend, Color = Looks...

How can you identify an unknown mineral sent

Chemical properties can be used for building chemical classifications. They can also be useful to identify an unknown substance or to separate or purify it from other substances.

You can test its hardness on other minerals to find it hardness. It can help classify it better.

Certainly one of as he did invent the periodic table and based on physical properties, he predicted the physical properties of other unknown elements

Yes, most identification methods such as mass spectrometry, chromatography and melting point determination depend on physical properties.

Since characteristic properties for a given substance never change, they can be used to identify unknown matter.

smell, permeablity, gas liquid solid plasma??, size, shape, taste

The element Fermium is too unknown to know any physical or chemical property

This depends on the nature of this substance; precautions are necessary.

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