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Physical properties of materials and systems can often be categorized as being either intensive or extensive quantities, according to how the property changes when ...

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A variable whose values depend on the quantity of substance under study (e.g., volume V, enthalpy \Delta H, entropy \Delta S, Gibbs' free energy \Delta G, length ...

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**Intensive and extensive variables** When considering physical systems, ... where ⇢ is an **intensive variable** and mass m = ⇢V is the **extensive variable**, ...

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A variable which is independent of the quantity of material present (e.g., density \rho, specific heat C_P, temperature T, pressure P). See also: **Extensive Variable**

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The thermodynamic force is always an **intensive variable** and the displacement is always an **extensive variable**, ... displacements are called **conjugate variables**. [1]

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11. **7 The Basic Thermodynamic Variables** This section introduces the most important basic players in thermodynamics. The primary thermodynamic property introduced so ...

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Glossary **Extensive Variable**. The value of an **extensive variable** (e.g., volume, mass, energy, enthalpy, electric charge, etc) depends on the size of the system.

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An **extensive variable** is one which depends on system size (like mass or volume). ... A ratio of **extensive variables** will yield an **intensive variable**!

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**Derived Variables**. Last time we introduced two different kinds of thermodynamic ... Does the product of two **extensive variables** produce a similar **extensive variable**?

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**Intensive and Extensive Variables**. Consider two bodies each with the same volume and the same pressure. Bring the bodies together, what is the result? (03-2)