This question makes no sense.
Oxygen gas has both physical and chemical properties as do all substances.
Combustion is a chemical change, due to the fact that existing compounds and elements are being reconfigured into to different molecules.
Chemical, its converted into carbon dioxide and water(dihydrogen monoxide)
A physical change because it is only changing states of matter, and the molecular make up does not change.
yes ............... paint bubbling is a chemical reaction. when anything bubbles you know there is a chemical reaction.
This is a chemical change, like any other burning reaction: magnesium is turned into magnesium oxide by burning reaction with oxygen (from air). 2Mg + O2 --> 2MgO
This is a chemical change. The reaction is: Mg + O ---> MgO
Physical changes give no evidence that a chemical reaction has taken place, because no chemical reaction has taken place.
Oxidation is a chemical process.
Combustion is a hemical reaction.
chemical property.Flammability is a chemical property (reaction with oxygen=oxydation).
This is a chemical reaction.
This is a chemical reaction; oxygen is released.
Burning is a chemical reaction with oxygen (oxidation).
The formation of rust is a chemical reaction as it involves chemical bonding. However, it is initiated by the physical properties of standard electrode potentials.
Chemical. (Iron molecules plus oxygen molecules)
Yes. It is a reaction between the metal and oxygen.
It is a chemical reaction. The coal (which is mostly carbon) reacts with oxygen to form carbon dioxide.
The correct spelling is "reaction of copper with...' 1. Chemical reactivity is a chemical property. 2. A chemical reaction involve a chemical change.
The process of burning in the presence of oxygen is that of a chemical change. It is a chemical change and not a physical change because the prodects do not have the same properties as the reactants.