An exothermic reaction is a type of reaction that gives off heat. The opposite of an exothermic reaction is an endothermic reaction.
The type of chemical reaction in which heat is absorbed is called endothermic reaction.
a combination reaction
an endothermic reaction
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Fission of Uranium-235 nuclei produces heat in the plant. The heat is used to boil water, and the steam blows through a steam turbine which turns an electric generator.
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This is an exothermic reaction.
This is a single replacement reaction.
A Chemical reaction produces a new chemical. there are many types of chemical reactions. when you burn something, it is changed into a new compound. When heat or light is given off by the reaction, it is a good indicator a chemical reaction has taken place. Simple phase shift such as water evaporating is not a chemical reaction.
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Exo -> Greek "Outside" Therm -> thérmē -> Greek "Heat" So an exothermic reaction releases heat energy. Related to that type of reaction is the endothermic reaction in which heat is absorbed into the reaction rather than being released by it.
A chemical reaction