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Examples of chemical properties include toxicity, flammability and chemical stability. Measuring these properties involves observing their effects on laboratory animals, testing with a flame or observing changes over tim... More »

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Some chemical properties of xenon include dissolving slightly in water, reacting with fluorine and becoming toxic and explosive in compound form. Xenon is known as an "inert gas" or a "noble gas" because it typically doe... More »

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An organic chemical is any molecule with at least one carbon atom forming its base, and a few examples of organic molecules include living matter such as the DNA of plants and animals, nonliving naturally occuring matter... More »

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Properties of matter, defined by Education Portal, are divided into two groups: physical properties that include color, density, mass, boiling point, volume, solubility, malleability and temperature; and chemical propert... More »

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Every substance has both physical characteristics, such as color and luster, as well as chemical properties, such as flammability and reactivity. Physical characteristic or physical properties are those that are easily o... More »

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Dangers of acetone are mainly due to its toxicity and flammability. When over 200 milliliters of acetone is ingested into the body, the liver is unable to break it down. Acetone poisoning is generally caused by starvatio... More »

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Examples of chemical changes include burning of wood, digestion of sugar, an exploding firecracker, reactions between salts and acids and lighting a matchstick. A chemical change involves changes at the atomic and molecu... More »

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