Material's own size

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A substance's own quantity is a physical quantity that describes a substance's property and can therefore be assigned to a pure substance and can also be tabulated for this.

If a substance's own quantity is independent of factors other than the type of substance , it is also referred to as a substance constant ; this applies in particular to all molar and specific intensive quantities of state of pure substances.

The counterpart to a substance's own quantity is a native quantity .