Is ice melting exothermic?

Answer Melting ice is an endothermic reaction. This is a reaction that requires energy to occur. The ice must absorb energy, in this case heat, in order to melt. In contrast, when water freezes, chemical ... Read More »

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Is respiration endothermic or exothermic?

Respiration is an exothermic reaction. These reactions are those that release energy, and respiration is the process of converting food molecules to carbon dioxide and water, which releases energy ... Read More »

Is respiration an exothermic reaction?

An exothermic reaction gives off heat. Endothermic reactions are the opposite, they take in heat. Respiration is an exothermic reaction. When humans or other animals respire, they take in sugar and... Read More »

Is ice melting an exothermic process?

Melting ice is an endothermic process. An endothermic process absorbs heat and cools off its environment. An exothermic process expels heat and raises the temperature of its environment. The free... Read More »