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Intensive vs. Extensive Properties (Grade 10)

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Intensive vs. Extensive Properties

Instructions: Answer the following questions, based on your knowledge of intensive and extensive properties.

1. 
A property that depends on the type of matter in a sample is called a(n)
  1. extensive property
  2. intensive property
  3. physical property
  4. chemical property
2. 
A property that depends on the amount of matter in the sample is called a(n)
  1. extensive property
  2. intensive property
  3. physical property
  4. chemical property
3. 
Which of the following physical properties is considered to be extensive?
  1. Density
  2. Phase
  3. Melting Point
  4. Mass
4. 
Which of the following statements correctly characterizes a substance's boiling point?
  1. It is an intensive and physical property.
  2. It is an extensive and physical property.
  3. It is an intensive and chemical property.
  4. It is an extensive and chemical property.
5. 
Which of the following properties can be used to identify a substance?
  1. Mass
  2. Temperature
  3. Volume
  4. Density
6. 
Which of the following statements correctly characterizes a substance's volume?
  1. It is an intensive and physical property.
  2. It is an extensive and physical property.
  3. It is an intensive and chemical property.
  4. It is an extensive and chemical property.
7. 
When a substance's mass decreases, which of the following is true regarding its density and its volume?
  1. Its density remains unchanged, and its volume increases.
  2. Its density increases, and its volume decreases.
  3. Its density remains unchanged, and its volume decreases.
  4. Its density decreases, and its volume increases.
8. 
Which of the following properties depends on the amount of the sample that is being examined?
  1. Density
  2. Solubility
  3. Boiling Point
  4. Temperature
  5. Volume
9. 
Explain why a substance's conductivity represents an intensive property.



10. 
Name two properties that depend on the amount of matter and that are commonly measured in a laboratory setting.



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