Example of extensive property?
Extensive properties are dependent on the amount of material. Mass and volume are extensive properties.
Is flammability a chemical property an intensive physical property or an extensive physical property?
Generally no. There are some cases where color is due to the structure of the object and not a pigment, and in those it would properly be considered an extensive property. (An example of color as an extensive property would be the shifting colors seen on a thin film of oil: the color depends on the thickness of the film, not on any intrinsic property of the oil itself.)
An extensive property is one that depends on size or amount. Since mass will change as you change the amount of the substance, it is extensive. An example of intensive would be something like density. The density of 1 ml water is the same as the density of 100 ml or 1000 ml of water. It does NOT change or depend on the amount used.
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, the 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…