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Chemical reactions that release energy are described by Education.com as exothermic reactions, and their equations follow the form: reactants = products + energy. Examples of exothermic reactions are explosions, such as ... More »

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Energy can play many different roles in chemical reactions, and it can be a product of a chemical reaction, a necessary component for a chemical reaction, or energy can have little part in a chemical reaction. Chemical r... More »

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Endothermic reactions are chemical reactions which absorb energy from the environment. The products of the reaction store the energy absorbed in the form of chemical bonds, according to Reference.com. More »

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