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Is combustible a physical property?

Is combustible a physical property?


Answer

Wood is combustible, or burnable, due to a chemical characteristic known as combustibility. Not only is there no loss of mass during combustion, but there is also no loss or gain of mass throughout any chemical transformation. This means that during a chemical reaction, no matter nor energy is generated or destroyed.

 

Another thing to consider is if combustibility is a physical or a chemical quality.

The exoteric reaction of a substance, often atmospheric oxygen, is unquestionably a chemical reaction, and so "combustibility" is a chemical quality, or at least a chemical attribute in the traditional sense. It is possible that vapour will stop burning when the source of ignition is turned off at the flash point.

 

In addition, is the melting point a physical attribute or a characteristic?

Color, smell, freezing point, boiling point, melting point, infrared spectrum, magnetic attraction (paramagnetic) or repulsion (diamagnetic) to magnets, opacity, viscosity, and density are all examples of physical qualities. It is important to note that evaluating any of these characteristics will not change the fundamental essence of the material.

 

Second, is mass considered to be a physical property?

As with volume, mass (like temperature) is a broad physical attribute since, unlike temperature, its value is determined by the amount of matter present. It is not a chemical attribute since it does not involve any chemical reaction or change during its measurement.

 

Is density a physical quality that can be measured?

In the physical world, density is a characteristic of matter, and each element and compound has a certain density associated with it. Definition: Density may be thought of in qualitative terms as a measure of the relative "heaviness" of objects with a constant volume.

 

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What are three instances of physical changes that you can think of?

Physical Changes in the Environment Crushing a can of food. Putting an ice cube in the microwave. Water is on the boil. Putting sand and water together. Breaking a glass is a bad idea. Sugar and water are being dissolved. Paper is being shredded. Wood is being chopped.

 

Which of the following is a chemical propery?

In chemistry, a chemical property is any attribute of a material that becomes apparent during or after a chemical reaction; that is, any quality that can only be proved by altering a substance's chemical identity is known as a chemical property. Moreover, they may be used to identify a previously unknown material as well as to separate or purify it from other compounds.

 

What are the physical characteristics of the ten?

Aspects of physical qualities that may be measured include: appearance, texture, colour and flavour; melting and boiling points; density; solubility; and polarity, among others.

 

Is pH a chemical property or a physical property?

A chemical attribute, acidity is measured by the presence of a specific chemical, the H+ ion (hydrogen with a positive charge), in the solution. In chemical terms, water is a mixture of the ions H+ and OH-. It has a pH of 7, making it neutral both electrically and in terms of acidity. The pH will be less than 7, indicating that the fluid is acidic.

 

Is it a physical or a chemical change that causes milk to soure?

Because it results in the generation of lactic acid, which has a sour taste, the souring of milk is classed as a chemical transformation. Physical and chemical changes have a strong relationship with both physical and chemical qualities. A chemical reaction takes place at the molecular level.

 

What are the physical and chemical qualities of matter? What is the composition of matter?

Physical and chemical characteristics are the only types of qualities that exist in matter, and physical properties may be classified as either intense or extensive. Physical qualities of a material may be measured without affecting the substance's chemical composition. Chemical characteristics can only be determined by altering the chemical identity of the item under investigation.

 

A chemical property may be shown by the following example:

Chemical qualities include such things as flammability, toxicity, acidity, reactivity (of many kinds), and heat of combustion, to name a few. In the presence of water, iron, for example, reacts with oxygen to generate rust; chromium, on the other hand, does not oxidise (Figure 2).

 

When it comes to physical qualities, what is the difference between them?

A physical property is a property of matter that can be viewed or measured without causing the substance to change in any way. A chemical attribute can only be seen if the chemical identity of a material is changed in some way.

 

What are the two sorts of physical qualities that may be observed?

Physical attributes may be divided into two categories: intense and extensive. Physical attributes that are intense do not rely on how much of the thing there is in the environment. A little rock, for example, will have the same hardness as a huge rock of the same size. The physical characteristics of hardness, softness, and speed (quickness) are all important.

 

What are the 15 qualities of matter that you know about?

In a nutshell, the properties of matter are any characteristics of an item that can be measured. These characteristics include an object's density and colour, as well as its mass and volume. They also include malleability, melting point, hardness, odour and temperature.

 

How may a substance's physical and chemical qualities be used to identify it?

Color, density, hardness, melting and boiling points are all physical attributes that may be measured. A chemical property is a characteristic that defines a substance's capacity to undergo a certain chemical transformation. A chemical change is what we seek for when trying to determine a chemical attribute.

 

What is the significance of temperature as a physical property?

Thermoregulation of temperature If the temperature rises, as it does in the majority of reactions, it is probable that a chemical change is taking place. This is distinct from the actual shift in temperature that occurs. When there is a physical temperature shift, one material, such as water, gets heated more than another.

 

What are the three physical features of aluminium foil that you should be aware of?

Answer and justification are as follows: Its glossy (or reflective) surface, malleability, and opaqueness are the three physical qualities of aluminium foil that distinguish it from other materials.

 

What are some instances of a compound's physical characteristics?

Our discussion in this class focused on a number of the more typical physical qualities of compounds, including colour, odour, melting point, and boiling point. A chemical property is a feature of a material that can only be noticed when the substance is subjected to a chemical reaction of some kind.