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What is the difference between physical and chemical properties?
The properties that can be easily measured and are observable are called physical properties while the ones that are determined by changing the structure are called chemical properties. Physical properties are divided into types: intensive and extensive properties.
What is an example of flexibility in science?
A good example is a rubber band. Paperclips are flexible, but they stay bent when you bend them, so they are not elastic. This being said, here is a fun flexibility science experiment I did with my second graders learning to describe observable properties of matter.
Which of the following is a physical property of matter?
The physical properties include shape, size, hardness, weight, density, flexibility, colour, texture, odour, temperature, volume, length, melting point, freezing point, electrical conductivity, etc. are all examples of physical properties of matter.
What are the properties of a compound?
Compounds have their own characteristics, or properties as we鈥檝e been calling them, which are different from the properties of the elements they are made from. When talking about properties, there are two types of properties elements and compounds can have: Chemical properties and physical properties.