Make a quantitative and qualitative statement about the following:
water, carbon, iron, hydrogen gas, sucrose, table salt, mercury, gold, air.
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Madam can you explain the question please.
I believe it is asking to give a qualitative statement about each one, such as water, and then a quantitative. I understand that a qualitative statement would be a general observation about the system while a quantitative statement would show numbers obtained by various measurements. I'm not sure if the answer should be something like:
Water is comprised of hydrogen and oxygen, 2 hydrogen and one oxygen or water.
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this question asks you for the intensive and extensive properties
as for the quantitative, it pertains to numbers, measurements and units
What if it's something like Iron? That isn't a compound so could you write something for the quantitative like "Iron has a melting point of ...."?
Alright thank you :) I think I can figure the rest out, I just wasn't sure exactly what the question was asking for.
INTENSIVE PROPERTIES ARE:
EXTENSIVE PROPERTIES ARE:
energy (all sorts)
example for Iron
Here's what I believe it is being asked:
intensive: has a density of 7.8 cubic gram
extensive: 55.85 g.mo^-1