Properties and Changes of Matter

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Properties and Changes of Matter CHM 1045L-U16 Shayra Medal Instructor: Adeel Jamal September 6, 2011
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Anything in the universe that occupies space is matter whether it is a solid, liquid, or gas. Matter could be a pure substance that has either both physical and chemical properties. Physical property deals with color, density, boiling and melting points, and physical state. On the other hand, chemical property has to do with the behavior of the substance. In this experiment we observed the changes in matter both physically and chemically. Examined and observed were substances as follows: Sulfur, iron filings, sodium bicarbonate, sodium chloride, sucrose, sand, and magnesium. Along with, illustrating its chemical and physical property of change. II. Procedure 1. Obtained ten pieces of paper & labeled seven as followed: a. Sulfur, iron filings, sodium bicarbonate, sodium chloride, sucrose, sand, and magnesium. 2. Obtained spatula and swept pea-sized amount of substance placed on label.
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