Chemical properties are properties that depend on the substances reactions with other substances. Physical properties can be observed without changing the composition of the matter.
Some, but not all, substances do so. Such substances are known as catalysts.
Substances interact with other substances by chemical properties
properties of matter that determine how a substance reacts with other substances
The chemical reaction of oxygen with other substances is called oxidation.
Minerals crystal habit, cleavage, hardness, color and luster are the properties that distinguish minerals from other substances.
it can help you to know what are the chemical properties of substances and their reaction when mixed with other substances and what not to be put in a dish as it can give a harmful reaction. it also tells you about an acidic substance and a base and also teach you about household remedies of some diseases
It would depend on which properties you are comparing.
A chemical reaction causes substances to combine in different ways to make other substances.
Characteristics of a substance are called properties. Substances have chemical properties - how they react with other substances and physical properties - boiling and melting point, colour, solid liquid or gas, smell...
it is called oxidisation
After burning a substance is decomposed in other substances; this is a chemical reaction.
An anabolic reaction is where simple substances combined with each other to create more complex substances via chemical reactions. For such a reaction to take place, energy is needed.
Chemical Properties are the characteristics of a substance that determine how it will react with other substances.Chemical properties is a characteristic of pure substances that describes it's ability to change into different substances.Example: flammability, chemical reactivity, pH, oxydative properties, resistance to corrosion, aptitude to explode, etc.
This is a chemical reaction. When substances change you can call it chemical.
When molecules bump and move each other, a chemical reaction occurs. The moving and combining of molecules forms the new substances.
The ability of a substance to react with another is a chemical property. Chemical properties can only be known by the occurrence of chemical reactions. Since a chemical reaction must be carried out to find if two substances reaction, this property is a chemical one.it is a chemical property :)
Depends of course of what substances the mixture contains. Depending of the substances in a solution or mixture as you typed, the properties of each one or all of them may be altered when heated up, or when those substances do not combine chemically each other.
reacts with other substances
Reacts with other substances.
Reactivity refers to how vigorously an atom is to react with other substances.
you would think that tea was a physical reaction but it actually is a chemical reaction cause it relies on the chemical properties of water and the substances in the tea leaf. these substances-tannins, caffeine, and many other-dissolve in the hot water. the heat accelerates the reaction,but it is not a physical change. (try steeping a tea bag in cold water-eventually you will get tea, although it will taste a bit different, probably cause the heat affects the dissolution of the various substances at different rates.)
Physical properties pertain to how a substance acts on it's own while chemical properties pertain to how a substance reacts with other substances.
The temperature of a reaction will entirely change th equilibrium position for any given reaction. If I'm right, as you increase the temperature, the equilibrium shifts closer to the endothermic reaction as there is more heat to consume. It may also, of course, change other properties of the substances involved in the reaction, but that depends on the chemicals.
Substances that participate in the complete, finished reaction are called reactants. Substances that participate for only part of the reaction (in other words, it is used up [or canceled out in the equation]) are called intermediates. Substances that do not participate in the reaction but are still added (and speed up the reaction [their identity is not changed]) are called catalysts.