-An intensive property is a physical quantity whose value does not depend on the amount of the substance for which it is measured. For example, boiling point, density, color, melting point, Odor, temperature, etc.
-Extensive properties on the other hand, do depend on the amount of matter that is present. An extensive property is considered additive for subsystems. Examples of extensive properties include: volume, mass, size, weight. length, etc.
Amount of substance concentration often called simply concentration, is a quantitative measure of the number of atom s per unit volume in a sample of a matter.
This is because it is not a bulk property where as the others are.
i think the answer is mass
It would be volume.
Volume is not an intensive property because it does change as the amount of substance increases or decreases. The rest of the properties are constant no matter the amount of substance.
It's mass because mass is an extensive property not intensive.
The answer is "Volume"
the answer is mass. hoped this helped
The answer should be "A. Electrical Conductivity". I really hope I helped! Have a great day!