Question

If a process causes a change in the surrounding temperature such that ΔT = -23 K, is energy being released to
the surroundings or absorbed from them?

Correct choice

#1
absorbed

Explanation:

The fall in temperature shows that the reaction is endothermic. An endothermic reaction is one
where energy is absorbed from the surroundings, the surroundings lose heat resulting in a drop in
temperature and is denoted by ΔH is positive.

Incorrect choices

 #2

no change

 #3

cannot tell

 #4

Your choice

released

Question

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