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Yes, because it is independent of quantity of matter.
Scroll down to related links and look at "Brightness - Wikipedia".
Describe how to make a color less intense
saturation or vibrance will both work
The properties of a substance can be divided up into two basic kinds: Intensive properties are those that do not depend on how much of the substance you have. For example, t…he boiling point is an intensive property: water boils at the same temperature no matter if you have 1 gram, 10 grams or 100,000 kilograms of water. Other examples of intensive properties include density, solubility, color, and melting point. Extensive properties depend on the amount of the substance. For example, the volume of a sample is an extensive property: 100 grams of water takes up more volume than 1 gram of water. Mass is also an extensive property.
How does intensity apply to color?
Intensity (in physics) is a measure of power per unit area. Blue light is more energetic than red light and thefore the blue end of the specturm would have the greater intensi…ty.
You could either add a bit of water or say if you were trying to lower the intensity of red add white and then add a little bit more red ;)
it is blue inside your body but outside when it gets air it is red so veins r blood n veins r blue so yeah
The color becomes more dense. It means it becomes so dominant.
by adding gray