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Physical Properties A property of matter that can be observed ___________ ___________________________.
Examples of Physical Properties _____________ Length Area ______________ Mass ____________ Odor
If a person measured the length of something, say a wooden baseball bat,… …it would still be a wooden baseball bat. Its ___________ _______________________ju st because its length gets measured.
If we cut the bat into little pieces… …cutting would still be considered a physical property, because _______________ _______________ ______________. There is ________________________.
If you crush glass… …it is still glass. ___________________________.
Changing water between ___________ _____________________________… …but it is still water. No new substance is created.
Make a list of other properties that you could observe that would not change the makeup of the substance.
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