Definition of Endothermic reaction
1. Noun. A chemical reaction accompanied by the absorption of heat.
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Literary usage of Endothermic reaction
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1. A Treatise on Producer-gas and Gas-producers by Samuel S. Wyer (1906)
"endothermic reaction. Any chemical change that absorbs heat is called endothermic, and is indicated by the sign—. (See § 117. ..."
2. Chemical Reactions and Their Equations: A Guide for Students of Chemistry by Ingo Waldemar Dagobert Hackh (1921)
"If, on the other hand, during a reaction a certain amount of heat is used up (endothermic reaction) then a compound (endothermic ..."
3. Proceedings of the American Gas Institute by American Gas Institute (1908)
"COa + C = 2 CO, endothermic reaction. Now, if water vapor be present, it is ordinarily believed that this water vapor dissociates, separating into hydrogen ..."
4. Elementary Treatise on Physics Experimental and Applied for the Use of by Adolphe Ganot (1890)
"An exothermic reaction gives rise to an endothermic compound ; and, conversely, an endothermic reaction forms an exothermic compound. ..."
5. Thermodynamics and Chemistry: A Non-mathematical Treatise for Chemists and by Pierre Maurice Marie Duhem (1903)
"In modern chemical mechanics an exothermic reaction is one susceptible of producing itself at low temperature; an endothermic reaction is one that may ..."
6. Ferments and Their Actions by Karl Oppenheimer (1901)
"Generally speaking, if an endothermic reaction proceeds at the ordinary temperature without the addition of foreign energy, there must also be a parallel ..."
7. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1914)
"And nature does not waste energy in an endothermic reaction. The writer has a high regard for this endothermic reaction : ZnO + C = Zn + CO. ..."