Is the molar volume a physical or chemical property?
Well, since you can observe it without changing the composition or form of the matter, it's a physical property.
(In fact, if you do change the form of the matter, the molar volume changes, so that further demonstrates its physical nature.)
Molar volume is sometimes labeled
As long as you can measure the volume, and you know the mass and what substance you're looking at (so you can use its molar mass in
If you have a volume of
#color(blue)(barV_"EtOH"^"*") = "0.116 L"/(92.136 cancel"g") xx (46.068 cancel"g")/"mol"#
#=# #"0.058 L/mol"#
#=# #color(blue)("58.0 mL/mol")#
(Do keep in mind that a real liquid would have a different pure molar volume than a partial molar volume in a mixture, if we didn't assume volumes were additive.)