you mean ectothermic not exothermic. i think theyre endothermic
exothermic mean outside and heat so no baking soda is not exthothermic
it gives out heat or energy
If you mean the enthalpy of formation then no, it is exothermic.
This is an exothermic process.
Rotting wood is exothermic. I cannot think of an endothermic decomposition, but that doesn't mean they don't exist.
exothermic means to give out heatex ---> expelled --->give outan oxidizing reaction is when it takes in oxygen.Hpoe this helps!!
Exothermic Condensation mean the compound loss the kinetic energy that keep them at separate distance from each other and remain in form of gas. It is the release of these energy in condensation thus condensation is 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
a reaction to do with heat , endothermic is the same but with coldness
Assuming you mean the name: an exothermic reaction.
exothermic and exothermal are the same they mean a chemical that releases heat
Exothermic because the gas is Exothermic
Exothermic means to release energy from a system.
-ve enthalphy mean exothermic process.
If by energy you mean heat energy exothermic reactions.
Nuclear fission is extremely exothermic
Endothermic: absorption oh heat, for example in evaporation of liquids. Exothermic: releasing of heat, for example in the combustion of materials as fuels, etc.