Thread: Specific Volume
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Thermal-Dude
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Oct26-10, 11:36 PM
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I have a query regarding Specific Volume, which is a property of a substance. I don't get why it is considered as an Intensive Property. It IS dependent on mass (SV = m/density) and hence I think it should be an Extensive Property. Could someone explain pl?
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