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which is a chemical property? volume, mass, melting point, flammability or temperature?

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    volume, no
    mass, no
    melting point, no
    temperature, no
    flammability you may get arguments. If it burns, that is a chemical property. Some may say flammability describes the physical act of burning (and thus a physical property). I would go with flammability being a chemical property.

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