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Classifying properties
1. The specific volume of a substance is the the volume per gram of substance. Specific volume is an example of
a chemical, extensive propertya chemical, intensive property
a physical, intensive propertya physical, extensive property
2. Which of the following is an extensive property of coffee in a mug?
cream added per mL of coffeetotal mg of caffeine
percent sugartemperature
color
3. Which of the following is an extensive property of a bubble of air?
percent oxygendensityradiustemperature
4. In order to decide whether a property is chemical or physical, you must know whether
measuring the property changes mass or energy
the property involves matter or energy
the property is extensive or intensive
chemical or physical changes occur when the property is measured
the property is intrinsic or extrinsic
5. Which of the following is an extensive property?
temperaturehardnessvolumecolormelting point
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