anonymous
  • anonymous
Describe in detail the relationship between chemical bonds and energy. What must be true of the bonds for a reaction to be endothermic, and what must be true for the reaction to be exothermic?
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"An endothermic reaction is one that consumes energy, so the energy of the bonds in the products is higher than the energy of the bonds in the reactants."

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"The opposite is true for exothermic."

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