flammability and reactivity
What are some chemical properties for Gallium?
some chemical properties areexplosive, flammable, and radioactive.
phisical properties and chemical properties
If it's a chemical, it has chemical properties. An oreo churro (whatever unholy abomination that might be) is a mixture of chemicals, each of which will have their own chemical properties.
The same chemical properties as for any form of copper.
Lotion is a mixture of chemical compounds. There is no chemical formula for a mixture, but if you look at the bottle, you will see a list of ingredients. Those are compounds that make up the lotion mixture.
a chemical property for krypton is... it does not burn.
Some physical properties of promethium are it is a metal, solid and has an atomic weight of 145. One of its chemical properties is that it is unstable.
Yes, chemical properties can be determined only experimentally, as a consequence of chemical reactions. But, today chemists can made some predictions about chemical properties of a substance on the basis of existing data about chemical and physical properties.
It is not a conductor.
The physical and chemical properties of ununquadium are not known.
dose krypton has a chemical properties and chemical properties
Correct characterization of matter chemical properties is possible by experimental studies; but theoretical methods exist for the approximate calculation the values for some chemical and physical properties.
All elements have physical and chemical properties, some are synthetic and not found in nature but none the less are real and so do have properties.
some physical properties of sodium and that it is a solid and it is a gray ish tint to it.
The chemical properties of calcium are most similar to (in between) the chemical properties of magnesium and strontium.
Physical properties: Properties that do not change the chemical nature of matter Chemical properties: Properties that do change tha chemical nature of matter
Physical properties of metals: ductility, malleability, resilience, strength, etc. Chemical properties: chemical reactivity, resistance to corrosion, solubility in water, valence, etc.
Excepting some light elements the chemical properties of isotopes haven't differences.
The physical properties are of course different. The chemical properties are considered identical but this is not a general rule; for example hydrogen isotopes (1H and 2H) have some different chemical and biochemical properties.
Some chemical properties of calcium is that it's highly reactive. I have searched some other chem. properties but all i get is a good conductor, soluble, and an alkaline earth metal. but those are PHYSICAL properties, so I've only found that it's reactive as a chemical property.
The number of neutrons is different, so the physical properties (especially nuclear properties) are different. For light isotopes also some chemical properties are different.