Intensive vs. Extensive Properties Video Lessons

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Problem: What is the difference between intensive and extensive properties? A. An extensive property is independent of the amount of the substance. B. An extensive properties are quantitative properties of substance, while intensive properties are qualitative properties of a substance Along with the change of the amount of substance, an intensive property changes faster than extensive property. C. An intensive properties are quantitative properties of substance, while extensive properties are qualitative properties substance. D. An intensive property is independent of the amount of the substance, whereas extensive property depends on the amount of the substance.

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intensive Property

• does not depend on the amount of the substance → remains the same regardless of amount
• example: color, density


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What is the difference between intensive and extensive properties? 

A. An extensive property is independent of the amount of the substance. 

B. An extensive properties are quantitative properties of substance, while intensive properties are qualitative properties of a substance Along with the change of the amount of substance, an intensive property changes faster than extensive property. 

C. An intensive properties are quantitative properties of substance, while extensive properties are qualitative properties substance. 

D. An intensive property is independent of the amount of the substance, whereas extensive property depends on the amount of the substance.

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