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2. Two liquids are poured into two cups. Cup A contains a colorless, odorless liquid. Cup B contains a colorless liquid with a strong odor. An ice cube floats in Cup A but sinks in Cup B. When heated, the liquid in Cup B boils at a much lower temperature than the liquid in Cup A. What kind of properties are used to compare the two liquids?
a. Chemical
b. Physical
c. Visible
d. Both chemical and physical

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    ice cube = physical
    boiling temp = physical
    color = physical and visual but not used
    stink = chemical, something is reacting

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    Physical

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