DOI: 10.1590/s0100-40422009000700046
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Abstract: Recebido em 7/8/08; aceito em 3/4/09; publicado na web em 10/8/09 THE CHEMICAL AMOUNT IN CLASSICAL SCIENCES. The chemical amount values vary in a discrete or continuous form, depending on the approach used to describe the system. In classical sciences, the chemical amount is a property of the macroscopic system and, like any other property of the system, it varies continuously. This is neither inconsistent with the concept of indivisible particles forming the system, nor a mere approximation, but it is a sound… Show more

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