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Which of these is an extensive property of a substance? color hardness malleability volume

Ross Pratt

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Annie Barnes on January 27, 2018

Response;-VolumeExplanation;Extensive properties are the physical quantities of a substance or of an object whose value varies or corresponds with the size of the system that is described here, or to the amount of matter in the system.For example, the mass of a substance is an extensive property, since it depends on the amount of substance.Other examples of extensive properties include, size, weight, Length, etc

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