HOLD UP (reasoning something out): so INTENSIVE PROPERTIES of matter are FRACTAL! Self-similar. They must be: “They do not depend on the amount of matter. These physical properties are used for sample identification because they are the same under different conditions and for all sample sizes” Some examples: Boiling point Color Concentration Density Electrical conductivity Luster Magnetic permeability Melting point Molality Odor Pressure Surface tension State of matter Temperature Refractive index Viscosity —doing more research… ok! I found something called Tsallis Nonextensive entropy. Nonextensive sure sounds like INTENSIVE without saying it.

HOLD UP (reasoning something out): so
INTENSIVE PROPERTIES of matter are FRACTAL! Self-similar.
They must be:
“They do not depend on the amount of matter. These physical properties are used for sample identification because they are the same under different conditions and for all sample sizes”
 
Some examples:
 
Boiling point
Color
Concentration
Density
Electrical conductivity
Luster
Magnetic permeability
Melting point
Molality
Odor
Pressure
Surface tension
State of matter
Temperature
Refractive index
Viscosity
 
—doing more research…
ok! I found something called Tsallis Nonextensive entropy.
 
Nonextensive sure sounds like INTENSIVE without saying it.

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