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I’m in year 10 I really need someone who’s good at chemistry cause I’m struggling so much with it xx
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What are you struggling with?
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Chemistry the exothermic and endothermic reaction
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Chemistry the exothermic and endothermic reaction
In reactions, it's all about the bonds dude, the question you need to be asking at GCSE, in a reaction, are more bonds being made than broken? Or the other way round.

When bonds are created, energy is released, when bonds are broken, energy has to be taken in. When more bonds are being created than destroyed, then overall, more energy is being released, this is shown with an increase in temperature, this is an exothermic reaction.

Thinking about Chemistry, everything has a cost right? And that cost is energy. To break bonds, energy is required, either from the surroundings or otherwise, when more bonds are being destroyed than made, this means that in general, more energy is being taken in to break than released when bonds are made, by this taking in of energy, this is shown with a decrease in temperature, this is an endothermic reaction.
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In reactions, it's all about the bonds dude, the question you need to be asking at GCSE, in a reaction, are more bonds being made than broken? Or the other way round.

When bonds are created, energy is released, when bonds are broken, energy has to be taken in. When more bonds are being created than destroyed, then overall, more energy is being released, this is shown with an increase in temperature, this is an exothermic reaction.

Thinking about Chemistry, everything has a cost right? And that cost is energy. To break bonds, energy is required, either from the surroundings or otherwise, when more bonds are being destroyed than made, this means that in general, more energy is being taken in to break than released when bonds are made, by this taking in of energy, this is shown with a decrease in temperature, this is an endothermic reaction.
Oml thanks soooo muchhh that helpeddd 😭 how old are u btw
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Oml thanks soooo muchhh that helpeddd 😭 how old are u btw
I am 16.
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I am 16.
Ohk well I’m obvi 15😂
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