Physical and Chemical Properties

Raining
Physical (same material – phase change)
melting ice cream
Physical (same material – phase change)
water boiling on a stove
Physical (same material – phase change)
snowing
Physical (same material – phase change)
Freezing water into ice
Physical (same material – phase change)
evaporation
Physical (same material – phase change)
condensation
Physical (same material – phase change)
bending a piece of copper
Physical (same material)
conducting electricity
Physical (same material)
paper clip sticking to a magnet
Physical (same material)
pan conducting heat on a stove
Physical (same material)
metal conducting heat
Physical (same material)
Tearing a paper in half
Physical (same material)
wood cylinder
Physical property
rectangle of paper
Physical property
blue shirt
Physical property
red painted desk
Physical property
round object
Physical property
A mass of 79.3 grams
Physical property
A density of 5.6 g/mL
Physical property
mixing raisins and peanuts for trail mix
Physical (same material)
dissolving salt in water
Physical (same material)
dissolving sugar in tea
Physical (same material)
mixing chlorine into a swimming pool
Physical (same material)
dissolving or mixing
Physical (same material)
a nail rusting
Chemical (rusting and burning are oxidation)
silver tarnishing
Chemical (rusting and burning are oxidation)
burning wood
Chemical (rusting and burning are oxidation)
baking a cake
Chemical
grilling a steak
Chemical
cooking macaroni on the stove
Chemical
fizzing when you mix vinegar and baking soda
Chemical reaction
Gas released when you mix chemicals
Chemical reaction
iodine staining your clothes
Physical
iodine turning starch dark purple
Chemical reaction
neutralizing an acid
Chemical reaction
neutralizing a base
Chemical reaction
Turning from an acid to a base
Chemical reaction (not same material)
Turning from a base to an acid
Chemical reaction (not same material)
A banana peel rotting
Chemical reaction (not same material)
An object sinks in water
Physical (same material)
An object floats on water
Physical (same material)
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