Intensive vs. extensive, state vs. non state

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claudia_1h
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Intensive vs. extensive, state vs. non state

Postby claudia_1h » Sun Feb 09, 2020 11:20 am

Can someone give me a comprehensive list of the functions we have looked at so far that are intensive vs. extensive and state vs. non state? Also, are the two concepts related?

Hui Qiao Wu 1I
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Re: Intensive vs. extensive, state vs. non state

Postby Hui Qiao Wu 1I » Sun Feb 09, 2020 11:28 am

I am not sure what you mean by intensive vs. extensive states but if you are referring to the intensive and extensive properties, they are:

Intensive
color, temperature, texture, density
Extensive
mass/weight, length, volume

MinuChoi
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Re: Intensive vs. extensive, state vs. non state

Postby MinuChoi » Sun Feb 09, 2020 4:00 pm

Not too sure about relation between intensive/extensive and state/nonstate, but state/non-state functions so far have usually in relation to equilibrium and energy processes (enthalpy, specific heat, and Gibbs free energy are all examples of state functions). Intensive/extensive properties are determined by relation to amounts of substance (see the list given above).

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Re: Intensive vs. extensive, state vs. non state

Postby KBELTRAMI_1E » Sun Feb 09, 2020 4:23 pm

Hui Qiao Wu 1I wrote:I am not sure what you mean by intensive vs. extensive states but if you are referring to the intensive and extensive properties, they are:

Intensive
color, temperature, texture, density
Extensive
mass/weight, length, volume


Which section of the textbook is this in?

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Re: Intensive vs. extensive, state vs. non state

Postby ASetlur_1G » Sun Feb 09, 2020 9:54 pm

Not too sure about the intensive vs. extensive but the state functions are: pressure, density, temperature, volume, enthalpy, internal energy, Gibbs free energy, and entropy.

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Re: Intensive vs. extensive, state vs. non state

Postby Renee Grange 1I » Sun Feb 09, 2020 10:07 pm

An extensive property is one that is dependent on volume/size. A state function is a function such as specific heat capacity, where the path taken does not matter only the beginning and end points.

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Re: Intensive vs. extensive, state vs. non state

Postby Ashley Alvarado 2C » Mon Feb 10, 2020 10:44 pm

Heat capacity is an extensive property that depends on the amount of a substance, if the heat capacity is divided by the amount of substance then you have an intensive property known as specific heat capacities.


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