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Endothermic and exothremic reactions

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Twilight Sparkle

on 22 February 2013

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Transcript of Endothermic and exothremic reactions

Exothermic
Reactions Endothermic
Reactions The End Start Because, it releases heat when an exothermic reaction takes place inside the hand warmer. An example would be... Endothermic and Exothermic
reactions. Exothermic reactions are when energy is released. Making some types of food. Thermal energy is absorbed by the food as it cooks. Endothermic reactions are just the
opposite of what we talked about before. By:Madison Momerak and Monica McNicol BOOM! This is an example of exothermic reaction. An example would be... COOKIES!!! ICE!!! If that was unclear it is when energy is absorbed instead of released. A good and yummy example is when baking chocolate chip cookies, because the baking soda absorbs the heat and puffs it up. It absorbs the heat causing it to melt. A chemical hand warmer.
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