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Concentration can also be an intensive property. For example, if you have 5.00g of a solution dissolved in a 150.00mL flask and 20.00 mL of the solution is removed and placed into a new solution (this is #25 on the molarity module), then the initial molarity will stay the same. Although there is now less of the solution, the concentration of it stayed the same. Found on chemsitry.stackexchange.com: "Generally, any property that is a ratio of two extensive properties becomes an intensive property, since both extensive properties will scale similarly to the size of the system."
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