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when there is less activation energy, the bonds in substances weaken.
The bonds an be broken by hydrolysis.
It is stored in bonds and released in energy. Energy is needed to break the chemical bonds, and energy is released when bonds are broken.
No, energy is absorbed when bonds break and released when they form.
No. It requires energy to break bonds, but energy is released when bonds are formed.
No it most certainly isnt, to break all the bonds in the glycerol you need to put in an enthalpy of +6974 and the energy released when the bonds reform is -5852, so you get less energy out then you put in so it wont burn
Energy is absorbed to break bonds. When bonds are formed, energy is released
When bonds form, energy is released. there are bonds that form within the matter, therefore chemical potential energy is released.
energy is release by the breaking of bonds
by breaking chemical bondsChemical bonds of glucose are broken. Released energy is used to make new bonds in ATP
the bonds get weaker
A energy bond is needed when bonds are broken released when bonds are formed .
In forming bonds, energy is released.
yes and no. the energy is stored in carbon bonds and and when the carbon bonds with O2 the energy not used in the new bonds is released.
The energy comes from differences in bond enthalpy, which is, in short, the energy stored inside the bonds. An exothermic reaction is a reaction in which the bonds of the products are stronger, shorter, more stable, and lower in energy than the products. It takes energy to break bonds, but energy is released upon formation of bonds. If more energy is released from the formation of bonds than energy is used for the breaking of bonds, then the reaction is exothermic. Therefore, you could say that the energy comes from formation of bonds.
What type of reaction requires less energy to break the original bonds than the energy released when new bonds form?
Activation energy is required to weaken the bonds of reactants or toconvert the reactants into activated complex which leads to the products.
Chemical energy is stored in chemical bonds. Energy is released when chemical bonds are broken.
When bonds are broken, energy is released.TrueFalse
Fossil fuel molecules have energy in the form of chemical bonds holding the atoms together. When burning, some energy is used to break these bonds. Oxygen the combines with the atoms of the fuel forming bonds with less energy. The difference in the energy of the old bonds and the new bonds is released as both heat and light. Most of the energy is released as heat.
Forming bonds always releases energy. Breaking bonds always requires energy.
The chemical bonds are broken, and their energy is released. New bonds are formed and energy absorbed into them.
energy is released when bonds are formed between two atoms because energy is released when an atom gains electron i.e. electron gain enthalpy