Based on your observation of the cases above, conclude and describe the definition of system and surrounding!
Exothermic and Endothermic Reaction
Based on heat or energy that accompany (absorbed or released by) the system,chemical reaction classified into 2 (two) types), that is exothermic and endothermicreaction. Heat or energy moves/flows from system to the surroundings or the otheraround way.How heat for chemical reactions can be expressed?What is exothermic reaction?What is endothermic reaction?To answer the questions above, please do the activity below!
Students are able to:1. describe how heat for chemical reactions can be expressed as the change of enthalpy,
H2. Identify the characteristics of exothermic and endothermic reactions.
Information of Enthalpy,H and Enthalpy Change,
Enthalpy (H) or heat content is chemical energy stored within a substance is atype of potential energy.
Enthalpy change (
H) is the amount of heat released or absorbed by system atconstant pressure.
Enthalpy change of chemical reaction can be expressed as follows:
H = H
The value of enthalpy change,
H depend on the amount of enthalpy of reactants and enthalpy of products. If enthalpy of products is more thanenthalpy of reactants, the value of
H is positive, the system absorbed heatfrom the surrounding. In the other way, if enthalpy of product is less thanenthalpy of reactant, the value of
H is negative, the system release heat tothe surrounding.
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