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What is true about microscopic properties of an object?

1) They are just small versions of the macroscopic properties.

2) They are the properties of particles that make up the object.

3) They are the average of many properties of individual particles.

4) They are overall large scale properties.

5) They are completely unrelated to macroscopic properties.

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