Physical and Chemical property Game Trivia

This page features a Physical and Chemical property Game Trivia Online. In this game students will learn to distinguish between chemical and physical properties through the questions below. Click and start learning. 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th grades.


Physical and chemical properties game trivia online.

What kind of property is observable without having to change the composition of an object?

  1. Chemical property
  2. Physical property
  3. Both A and B
  4. Neither A or B

What kind of change is observed when rust forms on a nail?

  1. Chemical change
  2. Physical change
  3. Physical-chemical change
  4. No change is observed

Which physical property refers to the ability of a metal to be hammered, shaped, or otherwise flattened into thin sheets?

  1. Ductility
  2. Malleability
  3. Brittleness
  4. Hardness

Odor is a physical property that you can observe by…

  1. Seeing
  2. Touching
  3. Hearing
  4. Smelling

A substance’s “melting point” refers to the temperature at which its solid form turns into a liquid. What kind of property is a melting point?

  1. Phase property
  2. Heat property
  3. Physical property
  4. Chemical property

Which chemical property means the ability to catch and sustain a fire?

  1. Flameness
  2. Flaminess
  3. Flammability
  4. Fireability

How do you measure an object’s chemical property?

  1. By simply using a measuring instrument, like a cup or a ruler
  2. By touching the substance
  3. By directly looking at the substance
  4. By causing a chemical reaction

Which is not a sign that tells you if a chemical reaction has occurred?

  1. The substance changes into a new color
  2. The substance undergoes a phase change
  3. The substance produces a new odor
  4. The new substance forms a solid (precipitate)

This physical property refers to a substance’s ability to conduct electrical charges.

  1. Electrical conductivity
  2. Electrical connectivity
  3. Electrical combustion
  4. Electrical capacity

Which chemical property is concerned with how harmful a substance is to living organisms?

  1. Acidity
  2. Toxicity
  3. Lethality
  4. Infectivity

Density is another physical property. It refers to how much _______ is packed into a certain ______ of space.

  1. Mass, area
  2. Mass, perimeter
  3. Mass, volume
  4. Mass, size

What kind of reaction occurs as water is frozen into ice?

  1. Physical reaction
  2. Chemical reaction
  3. Both A and B
  4. Neither A or B

This physical property measures how much of a substance (solute) can be dissolved in another substance (solvent) to form a solution.

  1. Dissolution
  2. Miscibility
  3. Solvability
  4. Solubility

Which of these physical properties refers to how well a substance can resist being deformed or scratched?

  1. Hardness
  2. Brittleness
  3. Ductility
  4. Density

What does ductility (a physical property) mean?

  1. The ability for metals to be stretched into thin wires
  2. The ability for metals to be flattened into sheets
  3. The ability for metals to be broken into pieces
  4. The ability for metals to be transformed into ducks

Physical and Chemical Properties Explained

What is the difference in the physical and chemical properties? The physical properties of matter, such as density, hardness, color and boiling points, can all be easily observed or measured. Chemical properties refer to a substance's ability to transform into another substance. Wood can catch fire and become ash, for example. Learn more about these differences. This science game will help you to understand the differences between chemical and physical properties of substances.