Extensive Properties: property which depends on the amount of a substance present.
Examples: mass, volume, length
Intensive Properties: property which does not depend on the amount of a substance present.
Examples: color, smell, hardness, density, physical state, boiling point, melting point, freezing point.
Chemical Properties: properties which are measured or observable by changing the chemical composition or identity of a substance. Changes in color, generation of heat, precipitate formation, and gas generation are chemical changes which in turn change chemical properties.
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