Endothermic processes.


An endothermic process is any process that involves, usually in the form of heat, or absorbs, energy from its environment. This may be a chemical process, such as ammonium nitrate dissolving in water, or a physical process, such as ice cube melting. All chemical reactions require both the breaking of existing chemical bonds and the formation of new ones. A reaction to breaking a bond often involves energy input and so this cycle is always endothermic. As atoms come together to form new chemical bonds, the combined electrostatic forces leave the bond with a substantial amount of energy. If that energy isn't dissipated the new bond will break up again easily. Instead, the new bond will shed its excess energy-through radiation, through passing it through collisions to other molecules in the molecule, or to other molecules-and then become a stable new bond. Comment your views through Email: chemengineerapp@scitecjournals.com We are accepting Submission regarding the chemistry field directly online https://www.scitechnol.com/submission/ For more information check our website https://www.scitechnol.com/ you can also apply for membership or subscription.