anonymous
  • anonymous
when the bonds between the atoms of a molecule break, what form of energy is released
MIT 8.01 Physics I Classical Mechanics, Fall 1999
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Usman1995
  • Usman1995
it's potential energy cuz it's the stored energy K.E can't be stored and this P.E is in the form of heat.....so it's Heat energy what u get by breaking a bond.. Clear??
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah ! Basically it is the Potential energy . But, It is called in a different way for different molecules such as Hydration energy, Lattice energy ,etc
masumanwar
  • masumanwar
The energy is taken to form any bond is form of thermal energy so it should be thermal energy

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