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A physical property that always stays the same is
1. temperature
2. size
3. phase
4. density
Which is an example of a chemical change?
1. A balloon is blown up.
2. Ice melts.
3. Paper burns.
4. A metal pan heats on the stove.
Freezing a glass of water is considered a
1. chemical change.
2. physical change.
What is a property of many metals?
1. soft
2. dull appearance
3. shiny appearance
4. liquid at room temperature
Which gas is the lightest?
1. oxygen
2. hydrogen
3. water vapor
4. carbon dioxide
What is an example of a chemical property of baking soda?
1. Bubbles up when mixed with vinegar
2. Allows dough to rise when baking
3. Neutralizes odors
4. All of the above
Which of the following is NOT an example of a physical change?
1. crushing a sugar cube
2. an explosion of fireworks
3. a pond freezing solid during the winter
4. hammering a piece of metal until it is flat
What can be either a physical change or a chemical change?
1. Color change
2. Ion
3. Size change
4. Reactivity
Properties of matter that can be seen or measured without changing the substance into something else are called
1. Chemical properties
2. Physical properties
3. Dynamic properties
4. Weight properties
Which change in state is shown below?
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1. melting
2. freezing
3. evaporation
4. condensation
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