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What is the difference between chemical and physical properties?
Physical properties use your senses and chemical properties are when you mix two chemicals together. ...
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How is physical properties and physical changes different?
Physical properties can be noticed through our 5 senses. For example, texture (one of the physical properties) can be felt with the sense of touch and feel. A physical change, however, is a change that affects one (or more) physical properties of a substance. ...
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Definition is properties detected with your senses?
Physical properties. Colour, shape, state of matter (e.g. solid, liquid, gas), texture, sound, smell, and taste are all physical properties. ...
Asked in Chemistry
What properties of substances can you observe and how do these properties determine the usefulness or hazards of a substance?
You can observe physical, chemical, and characteristic properties of a substance and can be used to determine the usefulness of a substance by, giving us information about the substance usually using our 5 senses which are physical properties. Or being able to describe the substances ability to undergo changes to its composition to produce one or more new substances, chemical property. Or even just being able to identify whether or not the substance is pure or not can help us determine if...
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Are 'time' and 'space' physical objects?
No, they are not objects at all. They are abstract concepts we use in reference to objects. We cannot perceive them with our senses. They are nonphysical. They are just measurements we use to quantify physical objects that we can perceive. ...
Asked in Science, Earth Sciences, History of Science
What does propeties mean?
Charcteristics, qualities, details. All matter has physical properties and chemical properties. Physical properties are observable by using the senses: mass, volume, color, smell, feel, taste; chemical properties are how it behaves in a reaction: flammability, volatility, reactivity. ...
What are some physical properties of silicon?
Some physical properties of silicon are that it is dark gray in color, its phase is a solid, and has a metallic shine. Its boiling point is 2600 degrees Celsius. The physical properties of an element or substance are those that we can examine with our senses. These properties include melting point, hardness, conductivity, and density. ...
Asked in Baking Soda (sodium bicarbonate)
Is baking soda is a white powder a physical or chemical property?
IT is a physical because physical properties refer to things that can be examined with the 5 senses (taste, look, ect.) ...
Asked in Earth Sciences, Atmospheric Sciences
How are your senses important to identifying physical properties of matter?
Senses can help hear, touch, see, and taste and like that you can figure out what type of matter it is. For example: food you tase, a desk you touch, and so on. ...
Asked in Nouns
What nouns indicate objects that can be touched heard or seen?
They are concrete nouns, words for things that can be experienced by any of the five physical senses; they can be seen, heard, smelled, tasted, or touched. Abstract nouns are words for things that can't be experienced by any of the physical senses. ...
What is the differences between chemical and physical change?
A chemical change involves a change in a substance's chemical properties (characteristics that describe how it interacts with other substances). A physical change involves a change in a substance's physical properties (characteristics that describe certain features one can see with their 5 senses). ...
Asked in Ice Cream
What are the chemical properties of ice cream?
physical property- is its 5 senses chemical - does it compose?, does it dissolve?, what does it react with?, etc. -looked it up on Asked.com that's a horrible definition. those are the definitions of properties, not the actual properties of ice cream. ...
Asked in Science, Chemical Engineering
What are physical properties of a sheet of paper?
Physical properties are characteristics that can be recorded or measured using the senses. So, anything that you can observe or measure about a sheet of paper is fair game. Examples: paper is smooth, easy to crumple, lightweight, its color, its length and width, etc. ...
Asked in Science, Chemistry, Periodic Table
Which properties of materials can be perceived by our senses?
The physical properties and the physical state of the materials can be perceived by our senses. Color, reflectivity, opacity, shape, feel, texture, temperature, smell, volatiles given off, solid/liquid/gas, viscosity, tackiness, homogeneity, heterogeneity, movement in relationship to the environment (sight, sounds, feel), tension, waves, heat conductivity & surface area, etc. ...