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What is the example when reaction produce heat?
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Asked in Chemistry, Elements and Compounds
What is a chemical reaction producing heat and light?
Is an exothermic reaction will produce heat and will be reabsorbed to increase the rate of reaction?
Have you heard of Haber-Bosch process of production of ammonia. This is an example of the question you asked. If we apply the required heat in the beginning of the reaction we do not need to apply it again as its exothermic reversible reaction and will use the heat to continue the reaction. But the rate of reaction is not increased.
Asked in Glow Sticks
Are glow sticks an example of a combustion reaction?
No, a combustion reaction is where a chemical reacts with oxygen to produce an oxide and lots of heat. Glow sticks use a a kind of reaction chemiluminescence. The reactions often involve oxygen particularly hydrogen peroxide, but they are not combustion reactions and typically produce little to no heat
Asked in Chemistry
The reaction of carbon with oxygen to produce carbon monoxide is an example of which class of reaction?
Asked in Baking Soda (sodium bicarbonate)
Does reaction between hcl and sodium bicarbonate produce heat?
Asked in Biochemistry, Catalysts and Catalysis
How much heat does a reaction produce?
Why is the reaction between water and acid exothermic?
Asked in Physics
What is the example effect of desirable friction?
Very simply, desirable friction can be found on cars. Brakes are a good example. Another one is when you rub your hands together to produce heat. Striking a match is another and also uses a chemical reaction to produce a flame. All friction produces heat and many hundreds of uses have been found to utilise this heat.
Asked in Elements and Compounds
Magnesium reacts with oxygen gas to produce magnesium oxide light and heat this reaction is?
Asked in Chemistry
How does fluorine and cesium produce heat when they are combined with each other?