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Endothermic Reactions…read more

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THESE ARE REACTIONS THAT TAKE IN
ENERGY FROM THE SURROUNDINGS.
THE ENERGY IS USUALLY
TRANSFERRED AS HEAT ENERGY,
CAUSING THE REACTION MIXTURE
AND ITS SURROUNDINGS TO GET
COLDER.
The temperature decrease can also be detected using a
thermometer.…read more

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Some examples of endothermic
reactions are:
·Electrolysis
·The reaction between ethanoic acid and sodium
carbonate
·The thermal decomposition of calcium carbonate in a blast
furnace…read more

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Endothermic reactions can be used
for everyday purposes. For
example, certain sports injury cold
packs use endothermic reactions.…read more

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