Is it just the fact that it's a bond making process and that more energy is released that taken in to break bonds?
What are enthalpy change of hydration values always negative? watch
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- 26-05-2016 00:29
Bonds are being formed, bonds being formed is exothermic, these bonds are between the Metal positive ion and one of the lone pair of electrons on O , due to water being polar, or the negative ion and the delta H+Last edited by Sniperdon227; 26-05-2016 at 00:33.