The properties of matter include an object's density, color, mass, volume, length, malleability and ability to change its chemical composition, according to the University of California, Davis. Scientists define matter a... More »

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 »

The physical properties of matter are quantifiable and observable traits of the material that can be measured, without changing the composition of the matter. Appearance, texture, color and odor are examples of matter ph... More »

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 »

A material that has the same composition and properties throughout is a pure chemical substance. A chemical substance cannot be separated into components by a physical method. Chemical substances can be plasma, gases, li... More »

Six intensive properties of matter are its color, luster, odor, density, boiling point and conductivity. Malleability, melting point, freezing point, ductility and hardness are also intensive properties of matter. Some e... More »

The physical properties of matter are texture, appearance, odor, color, boiling point, melting point, solubility, density, polarity and others. Physical properties describe the observations of the three states of matter.... More »