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What is the difference between intensive and extensive properties?

What is the difference between intensive and extensive properties?


School: University of Toledo
Department: Chemistry
Course: Elementary Chemistry
Professor: Elizabeth zhurova
Term: Spring 2017
Tags: Chemistry
Cost: 50
Name: Chem exam 1 study guide
Description: Chapters 1-4.1
Uploaded: 09/26/2017
2 Pages 130 Views 1 Unlocks

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EXAM 1 Study Guide We also discuss several other topics like What is the leading environmental problem today

Intensive properties are not dependent on quantity 

eg: Speed, Price per unit, density

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Extensive properties are dependent on quantity

eg: mass, length total price


Compounds are 2 or more elements… if it cannot be found on the periodic table, it is a compound.

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Mixtures are made of 2 + elements or compounds… difference between mixture and compound is compounds have def. proportions

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Homogeneous - naked/invisible eg: sugar water, salt waterIf you want to learn more check out How does the composition of magma determine the explosiveness of the volcanic eruption?

Heterogenous - visibly mixed eg: mud water, salad dressing

Physical changes can separate mixtures whereas

Chemical changes can separate compounds

        Side note: usually heat is always chemical





Base unit        





In sig fig rules - zeros to the left of a # in decimal is not significant (eg: .0004 = 1 sig)

  • zeros to right of # without decimals are not significant (eg:4700=2 sig)

In addition and subtraction: round answer to first column of first uncertain digit

In multiplication and division: round answer to least # of sig fig

Density =

To calculate multiple proportions:

  1. Convert % of elements to g (x100)
  2. Divide element by other element(s) in compound
  3. Divide composition 1 by composition 2
  4. Create ratio

Isotope symbol =

        1 amv ≈ 1 proton / neutron

Calculating atomic mass:

Mass x percentage (as decimal) = #


Mass x percentage (as decimal) = #

                                atomic mass

Wavelength =

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