An example of an endothermic animal would be a dog and an ectothermic animal would be a snake. Endothermic animals must generate their own heat to stay warm and ectothermic animals can warm up using outside sources like ... More » Science Biology

Examples of exothermic processes include burning of coal, rust formation and dissolution of quick lime in water. On the other hand, some endothermic processes include dissolution of Ammonium Chloride in water and nitric ... More » Science Chemistry

Endothermic, or heat-absorbing, processes include melting ice cubes, evaporating liquid water, melting solid salts, cooking an egg, baking bread, separating ion pairs and splitting a gas molecule. Other examples include ... More » Science Physics Thermodynamics
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