endothermic reaction

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Noun1.endothermic reaction - a chemical reaction accompanied by the absorption of heat
chemical reaction, reaction - (chemistry) a process in which one or more substances are changed into others; "there was a chemical reaction of the lime with the ground water"
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CDM is an endothermic reaction and high temperature is favored thermodynamically and both hydrogen and carbon filaments are produced according to Eq.
Li-Ion batteries exhibit such temperature behavior because these batteries are characterized by a weak endothermic reaction (cooling) during charging [29, 30, 31, 33].
According to a review article, (16) the first major reaction during the heating of talc is an endothermic reaction that dehydrates the material, followed by various reactions where different crystalline and amorphous magnesium and silica oxides are formed, depending on the temperature.
They have come up with the idea of applying the same endothermic reaction used in cold compress packs to numb skin before the needle punctures it.
08-micron nanoparticles of calcium carbonate in an endothermic reaction that yields only carbon dioxide, water, and citric salts, whereas most endothermic chemical foaming agents (CFAs) reportedly also produce soda ash, which can cause plateout and corrosion.
In terms of processing, it means that additional heat is needed to finish the vulcanization because the material will absorb energy to complete the endothermic reaction prior to vulcanization.
As the starch grains are heated in the presence of water, DSC measures the endothermic reaction that occurs.
The generation of O3 is an endothermic reaction and requires a substantial input of energy.
In an evaporative cooler, water is converted from a liquid state to gaseous state through an endothermic reaction which requires a certain amount of energy.
The resulting endothermic reaction cools the product below flash point, reducing the risk of fire.
The endothermic reaction occurring in that region is the breakdown of the kaolin molecules releasing water, which is then driven off by the high heat ([Al.