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Classifying properties
1. Which of the following is a chemical property of a slice of chocolate cake?
masstemperaturecolorvolumedietary calories
2. The specific volume of a substance is the the volume per gram of substance. Specific volume is an example of
a chemical, intensive propertya chemical, extensive property
a physical, extensive propertya physical, intensive property
3. Which of the following is an intensive chemical property of a box of raisins?
total number of raisinscalories per servingtotal gramstotal caloriesgrams per serving
4. Which of the following is an extensive property?
melting pointvolumecolorhardnesstemperature
5. In order to decide whether a property is chemical or physical, you must know whether
the property is intrinsic or extrinsic
chemical or physical changes occur when the property is measured
the property is extensive or intensive
measuring the property changes mass or energy
the property involves matter or energy
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