Chemistry (12th Edition)

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Chapter 2 - Matter and Change - 2.1 Properties of Matter - 2.1 Lesson Check: 8

Answer

Samples of gold and copper with the same amount of matter would be considered having the same extensive property because it deals with how much there is. Gold and copper are not made of the same matter, so they do not have the same intensive property.

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Samples of gold and copper with the same amount of matter would be considered having the same extensive property because it deals with how much there is. Gold and copper are not made of the same matter, so they do not have the same intensive property.
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