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The physical properties of silver include that it is malleable, has a high degree of luster, is soft and has high density. Chemical properties of silver include that it doesn’t react with gases like oxygen and nitrogen. More »

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Calcium is a metallic element that has the atomic number 20. Some of its most important chemical properties are that it has 10 isotopes, an atomic mass of 50.08 grams per mole and a melting point of 840 degrees Celsius. ... More »

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Copper is a pliable metal with high thermal and electrical conductivity capabilities. It can be identified on the periodic table of elements as Cu and as atomic number 29. Copper and its alloys have been used for thousan... More »

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While physical change is the rearranging of molecules in a substance, a chemical change affects the intrinsic properties of a substance, altering its chemical composition. More »

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Some physical properties that metals have in common are that they have luster, good thermal and electrical conductivity, high densities and melting points and are malleable. With the exception of mercury, most metals als... More »

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Carbon has numerous physical properties, and some of these properties are quite different depending on the structural form of the molecules. Carbon's mineral hardness is measured at 0.5 for graphite and 10.0 for diamonds... More »

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Physical properties are those that can be seen or used without changing their physical properties or identities, while chemical properties are those that change in structure and composition. Physical properties share the... More »

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