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Northland Properties - Properties

Northland Properties owns all four home arenas for their sports teams: the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Dr Pepper Arena in Frisco, H-E-B Center in Cedar Park, and Sandman Centre in Kamloops.

Northland Properties - Properties

Northland Properties is also the sole owner of Revelstoke Mountain Resort which is undergoing expansion and is expected to be the largest mountain resort in North America when completed.

Intu Properties - Properties

As of 31 December 2018 the company's investment properties were valued at £8.0 billion. Intu owns or part-owns 18 shopping centres in the UK, which are:

Ryman Hospitality Properties - Properties

Facilities owned and operated by Ryman Hospitality Properties include:

Hang Lung Properties - Properties

On 1 January 1991, Ronnie Chan took over as the Group's chairman. He saw the opportunity to invest in Mainland China market due to its economic growth, and thus the company began to venture into the Mainland market under Chan's leadership. Its first step into the Mainland came in 1992 with two landmark properties in Shanghai, Plaza 66 and Grand Gateway 66. Following the success of these projects, the company continued to expand into others parts of the Mainland such as Shenyang, Jinan, Wuxi, Tianjin, Dalian, Kunming and Wuhan.

Ryman Hospitality Properties - Properties

Previously owned properties and ventures include:

Choice Properties REIT - Properties

Choice primarily owns Canadian retail properties anchored by its Loblaw Company stores. It also owns other commercial properties. As of the end of December 2017, the company owned 546 properties, with a gross leasable area of 44.1 million square feet, and a total value of $9.6 billion.

Hang Lung Properties - Properties

The company's main properties include Standard Chartered Bank Building, Baskerville House, Hang Lung Centre in Causeway Bay, Kornhill Plaza, Grand Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui, as well as One and Two Grand Tower, Hollywood Plaza, and the Park-In Commercial Centre in Mong Kok.

Gaming and Leisure Properties - Properties

Gaming and Leisure Properties owns the following properties:

Properties of water - Physical properties

Unlike other analogous hydrides of the oxygen family, water is primarily a liquid under standard conditions due to hydrogen bonding. The molecules of water are constantly moving in relation to each other, and the hydrogen bonds are continually breaking and reforming at timescales faster than 200 femtoseconds (2×10 −13 seconds). However, these bonds are strong enough to create many of the peculiar properties of water, some of which make it integral to life.

Specific properties - Uses of specific properties

Mnemonics and Qualitative Reasoning: In many instances, specific properties are more intuitive or are easier to remember than the original properties in SI or English units. For instance, it is easier to conceptualize an acceleration of 2 g's than an acceleration of 19.6 meters per second squared. It is hard to remember that the specific gravity of water is 1.0 and that something with a higher specific gravity will sink in water. But if we understand it, it is very easy.

Specific properties - Uses of specific properties

Reference tables: Specific properties are often used in reference tables as a means of recording material data in a manner that is independent of size or mass. This allows the data to be broadly applied while keeping the table compact.

Intensive and extensive properties - Composite properties

More generally properties can be combined to give new properties, which may be called derived or composite properties. For example, the base quantities mass and volume can be combined to give the derived quantity density. These composite properties can also be classified as intensive or extensive. Suppose a composite property F is a function of a set of intensive properties \{a_i\} and a set of extensive properties \{A_j\}, which can be shown as. If the size of the system is changed by some scaling factor, \alpha, only the extensive properties will change, since intensive properties are independent of the size of the system. The scaled system, then, can be represented as.

Electronic properties of graphene - Excitonic properties

First-principle calculations with quasiparticle corrections and many-body effects explore the electronic and optical properties of graphene-based materials. The approach is described as three stages. With GW calculation, the properties of graphene-based materials are accurately investigated, including bulk graphene, nanoribbons, edge and surface functionalized armchair oribbons, hydrogen saturated armchair ribbons, Josephson effect in graphene SNS junctions with single localized defect and armchair ribbon scaling properties.

Specific properties - Uses of specific properties

Ranking, Classifying, and Comparing: Specific properties are useful for making comparisons about one attribute while cancelling out the effect of variations in another attribute. For instance, steel alloys are typically stronger than aluminum alloys but are also much denser. Greater strength allows less metal to be used, which makes the choice between the two metals less than obvious. To simplify the comparison, one would compare the specific strength (strength to weight ratio) of the two metals. A more everyday example is grocery shopping. The two kilogram package sells for a higher price than the one kilogram package, but what matters is the "specific price", commonly called the unit cost (cost per kilogram).

Intensive and extensive properties - Specific properties

If the amount of substance in moles can be determined, then each of these thermodynamic properties may be expressed on a molar basis, and their name may be qualified with the adjective molar, yielding terms such as molar volume, molar internal energy, molar enthalpy, and molar entropy. The symbol for molar quantities may be indicated by adding a subscript "m" to the corresponding extensive property. For example, molar enthalpy is H m. Molar Gibbs free energy is commonly referred to as chemical potential, symbolized by μ, particularly when discussing a partial molar Gibbs free energy μ i for a component i in a mixture.

Intensive and extensive properties - Composite properties

(This is equivalent to saying that extensive composite properties are homogeneous functions of degree 1 with respect to \{A_j\}.) It follows from Euler's homogeneous function theorem that

Intensive and extensive properties - Composite properties

The ratio of two extensive properties of the same object or system is an intensive property. For example, the ratio of an object's mass and volume, which are two extensive properties, is density, which is an intensive property.

Disjunction and existence properties - Related properties

Rathjen (2005) lists five properties that a theory may possess. These include the disjunction property (DP), the existence property (EP), and three additional properties:

Electronic properties of graphene - Magnetic properties

In 2014 researchers magnetized graphene by placing it on an atomically smooth layer of magnetic yttrium iron garnet. The graphene's electronic properties were unaffected. Prior approaches involved doping. The dopant's presence negatively affected its electronic properties.

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