Determine property where charge exists in discrete packets, Physics

When a physical property such as charge exists in discrete "packets" rather than in continuous amounts, the property is said to be:

a)  Discontinuous

b)  Abrupt

c)  Quantized

d)  noncontinuous

Ans:

If a physical property as charge exists in discrete "packets" quite than in continuous amounts, the property is said to be quantized.

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