MacRoscopic Properties: The World We See

Phases of Matter and Intensive Properties

What are some chemical reactions that we can observe with our naked eye?

There are lots of chemical reactions that we can easily detect by sight. Some examples are the formation of rust on metal, wood burning, fireworks exploding, silver becoming tarnished, or baking soda and vinegar reacting with one another.


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