How to Create a Chart That Compares Physical & Chemical Properties?


To create a chart that compares physical & chemical properties requires a blank piece of paper or white board and pens or dry erase markers, sketch two vertical lines on your white board or blank piece of paper to form two columns on the page. Sketch a horizontal line near the top of your chart. Inscribe the name of a substance on the left hand side of the page. Remain adding substances to your chart and filling in the information.
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