Chemistry - Exotherimic and endothermic reactions

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What is an exothermic reaction?
The transfer of energy to the surroundings.
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What energy are exothermic reactions usually transferred as and what does this cause?
Heat energy causining the surroundings to become hotter.
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Name three examples of exothermic reactions?
Combustion, oxidation and neutralisation.
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Name two everyday uses of exothermic reactions?
Hand warmers and self-heating cans.
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What is an endothermic reactions do?
Take in energy from the surroundings.
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What energy are endothermic reactions usually transferred as and what does this cause?
Heat energy causing the reaction mixture and it's surroundings to become colder.
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Name three example of endothermic reactions?
Electrolysis, thermal decomposition and reactions betwwen ethanonic acid and sodium carbonate.
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Name an everyday use of endothermic reactions?
Sports injury cold packs.
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What is reversible reaction?
When the reaction in one direction will be exothermic, and the reaction in the other direction will be endothermic.
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