(A) They are both used to create most of the substances.
(B) They include basic substances like sugar and water.
(C) They are classified as characteristic properties of substances.
(D) They change in proportion to the amount of the substance. Paragraph 1 is marked with an arrow [->].
(A) Properties that are classified as intensive identify the type of substance and the extent of it present in the surrounding matter.
(B) The quantity of a substance influences its extensive properties, but the characteristics of the substance define the intensive properties.
(C) Where the intensive and extensive properties are found in substances is important in identifying their characteristics.
(D) Both intensive and extensive properties tend to have quantitative rather than qualitative characteristics present.
(C) They are dependent on extensive properties. (D) They usually produce new substances.
(A) whether there has been a change in the structure of the substance
(B) what happens when the quantity of the substance is increased
(C) their classification as either extensive or intensive samples
(D) the disappearance of a substance from one form to another
(A) dissolving in water (B) carrying an electrical charge (C) resisting continuous flow (D) decomposing when heated