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Physical vs. Chemical Properties Materials


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In the lab, you test and evaluate several different activities and determine if they produce chemical or physical changes. When two chemicals come in contact with one another and form a new compound, there is a chemical change, as shown by heat or light, a color change, or a new smell. When something undergoes a physical change, it remains the same chemically. It just has a different size, shape, or physical state. You will present ten different simple lab activities and ask the kids to evaluate them.

Demo Pack includes: 1 oz. acetic acid, 1 oz. isopropyl alcohol, 7/8 oz sodium chloride, 2 20mm x 150 mm test tubes, 2 4" x 6" resealable baggies, tart pan, book matches, wood splint.

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