Fill in the blanks? Word bank color endothermic energy enthalpy exothermic less mass more products reactants grams heat of reaction heat of solution moles negative neutral positive solvent temperature

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May 26, 2017

Answer:

Here's what I get.

Explanation:

In chemical reactions, the amount of energy released per mole of material reacted is the molar #bb(ul("heat of reaction"))# of that material.

The amount of heat released per mole of substance being dissolved is called the #bb(ul("molar heat of solution"))#.

The molar heat of solution any physical or chemical process can be calculated by multiplying the change in #bb(ul("temperature"))#, the mass of the #bb(ul("solvent"))#, and the specific heat capacity of the solvent all divided by the #bb(ul("moles"))# of substance used.

Exothermic processes have #bb(ul("negative"))# heats of reaction/solution while endothermic processes have #bb(ul("positive"))# heats of reaction/solution.