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Endothermical and Exothermical Reactions
  In During  1 a chemical reactions, reactants are converted into products by the making and breaking of chemical bonds converts the reactants into products. . When two or much more substances counter react, chemical bonds are  is formed among between atoms, which creating create and forms a new chemical compounds. All chemical reactions are accompanied by a change in energy and can be Chemical reactions are classified into as either two types: endothermical and or exothermical reactions. In addition, activation Eenergy activation results in theis required to bonding of the two reactants to form a new product. All chemical reactions are accompanied by a change in energy.   There are many chemicalExothermic reactions involve the emitrelease of energy with formsin the form of heat, light, or sound. Such chemical reactions are called exothermal reactions. 2 This release of energy that is released comes fromcaused by the bonds that join bonding of several atoms together in the molecules participating in the reaction. A Combustion is a common example of exothermalexothermic reactions is the phenomena of. Complete combustion. A complete combustionprocess is a occurs when a compound reacts with an oxidizing agentsubstance, and the, yielding compounds of each element in the fuel with the oxidizing element agent a re emitted. There are mostly as products. Most exothermic reactions are spontaneous exothermal processes . On the other hand, many chemical.   Conversely, endothermic reactions absorbinvolve absorption of energy in the form of heat, light, or sound forms. Such chemical reactions are called endothermal reactions. . These reactions cannot progress with nobegin or proceed without the addition of heat or supplying energy. The resulting product of the reaction has lesser stablilityproducts are less stable because, the higher the stability of a molecule decreases as the energy bond, the less strengthof its molecules possess. A constituent bonds increases. 3 Photosynthesis is a common example of endothermalendothermic reactions is, which involves the phenomena of photosynthesis. Here, plants use theof energy from the sun to convert carbon dioxide and water into glucose and oxygen. Most endothermalendothermic reactions are not non-spontaneous.   To understand the difference between the two reactions types of reactions, we need to explore several concepts like 4
, such as the behavior of kinetic energy and potential energy behavior in the molecules of the reactants of the chemical reactionenergies of the reactant molecules. 5  

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Endothermical and Exothermical Reactions
  In During  1 a chemical reaction, the making and breaking of chemical bonds converts the reactants into products. . When two or moreuch substanceselements countereact, a chemical bond  is formed betweenamong atoms creating and forms a chemical  compound. Chemical reactions are classified into two types: endothermical and exothermical reactions. Energy activation results in the bonding of the two reactants to form a new product. All  chemical reactions  are accompanied by a change in  energy.  

There are mMany chemical reactions release emit energy with in the forms of heat, light, or sound. Such chemical reactions are called exothermic reactions. This The released energy that is released comes originates from the bonds that join link several atoms together in the molecules. A common example of exothermic reactions is the phenomena of combustion. A fully combustible Complete combustion process isoccurs when a compound reacts with an oxidizing substancelement, yielding and the compounds of each element in the fuel with the oxidizing element are emittedas products. ThereMost exothermic reactions are mostly spontaneous exothermal processes .

On the other handConversely 2 , many other chemical reactions absorb energy in the form of heat, light, or sound. Such chemical reactions are called endothermic reactions.  These reactions cannot progress with noproceed without addition of heat or supplying energy. The resulting product of the such a reaction is less stable because, a molecule becomes less stable as the energy of its bonds increases the higher the energy bond, the less strength its molecules possess. A common example of endothermic reactions is the phenomena of photosynthesis. Here, plants use the energy from the sun to convert carbon dioxide and water into glucose and oxygen. Most endothermic reactions are nont -spontaneous.   To understand the difference between the two types of reactions, we need to explore several concepts like such  3 as the behavior of the kinetic energy and potential energy behavior inof the reactant molecules of the reactants of the chemical reaction.

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