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    exothermic process

    chemical reaction or physical change that releases heat

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Adelle Reply
what is the non stochiometric mixture?
Zahraa Reply
mixture is a substance made by mixing other substances together or a combination of different things in which the component elements are individually distinct.
PzUn
what is resonance energy
Clevin Reply
what does it mean when we say that a 200-mL sample and 400-mL sample of a solution of salt have the same molarity? In what ways are the two samples identical? In what ways are these two samples different?
Maynard Reply
what is a matter
Maryam Reply
A matter is anything that has mass and occupied space
Chioma
A matter is any Substance that occupies space and and has Mass
PzUn
separation techniques
Maryam Reply
What are the natural phenomenon that affects kinetic energy
Sunbomustaphar Reply
What is Saturated solution
Bosede Reply
A solution in which no more solute can dissolve. The amount of solute will depend on the temperature
Paul
A saturated solution is a chemical solutioncontaining the maximum concentration of a solute dissolved in the solvent. 
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ammonia
Michael Reply
What is mixture
Abba Reply
what is a catalyst
Esimone Reply
Catalyst is a substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction without itself undergoing any permanent chemical change.
PzUn
first fifty elements
Nana Reply
what is a solute
sarima Reply
What is bond angle and how to calculate bond angle between atoms
Joseph Reply
what is the difference between spontaneous reaction and exothermic reaction
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