Rusting is exothermic.
Rusting is an example of an oxidation, making it an exothermic reaction.
It is an exothermic reaction. However, rusting of iron liberates only a small amount of heat as compared to other forms of metal corrosion.
Normally, it would be an exothermic process; iron oxides are more thermodynamically stable than the metal.
its actually exothermic.
Rusting is an eXothermic reaction, not an eNDothermic.
yeah its exothermic not endothermic
That depends on what atoms are being fused. For atoms lighter than nickel & iron fusion is exothermic. For atoms heavier than nickel & iron fusion is endothermic.
the answer is exothermic because heat is being released
the tune of Iron from about -60 to -190 kcal/mol, substantial amount of heat gnerated so the reaction is exothermic.
freezing is exothermic, melting is endothermic, evaporation is endothermic, condensation is exothermic.
Steam itself is not endothermic or exothermic - only chemical reactions can be labelled as exothermic or endothermic the reaction whithin the steam can only be exothermic or endothermic
It is endothermic. Endothermic is to gain heat and Exothermic is to lose heat.
Silicon is an element - endothermic or exothermic is meaningless.
endothermic on formation exothermic on oxidation
aerobic respiration is exothermic and photosynthesis is endothermic
exothermic- because exothermic gives off heat and endothermic is cold
a glow stick can be a endothermic or exothermic reaction
you mean ectothermic not exothermic. i think theyre endothermic
Both beacuse in such coditions it can be endothermic or exothermic.
Exothermic/endothermic is a process not a feeling.
it is an endothermic
Exothermic: release of heat Endothermic: absorption of heat
EXOTHERMIC: any combustion ENDOTHERMIC: evaporation of liquids
Exothermic produces energy. Endothermic absorbs energy.
Endothermic- absorbs energy Exothermic- gives off energy
Formation of choloform is endothermic or exothermic reaction?
In exothermic,energy exits but in endothermic, energy enters
Burning wood is exothermic and photosynthesis is endothermic.
Endothermic reactions take in heat Exothermic reactions give out heat
The difference between endothermic and exothermic energy is that exothermic energy is the reaction that releases energy and endothermic is the reaction in ehich energy is absorbed.
dolphins are endothermic
Poeple are Endothermic
Ostriches are Endothermic
I think they are endothermic.
it is an exothermic change
Deposition is exothermic.
catabolism is exothermic
humans are exothermic!
Exothermic. An endothermic reaction absorbs heat , while an exothermic reaction releases it.
Endothermic is when the reaction absorbes heat, and exothermic is when it releases heat.
Endothermic is the answer . . The Exothermic uses their heat for further reacting.
An endothermic reaction need heat, an exothermic reaction release heat.
There are two types of reactions, thermally. Endothermic and exothermic. An endothermic reaction absorbs heat and an exothermic reaction releases it.
Photosynthesis is considered an endothermic reaction and is not an exothermic reaction. This is one of the most important endothermic reactions.
A solid is itself neither endothermic or exothermic. However the phase change from liquid to solid will likely be exothermic.
First of all, its endothermic and EXOTHERMIC. endothermic and exothermic are in the contexts of temperature in a chemical reaction. If the reaction releases heat it is exothermic (it gets colder) if it gets warmer and takes on heat its endothermic
It is easy to distinguish between exothermic and endothermic reactions. Exothermic reactions release heat while endothermic reactions use up heat.
It's Endothermic It's Endothermic
Exothermic because the gas is Exothermic