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Chapter 6 summary - Chapter 6 Summary Joanne Tellez 1 Make a list of the properties of endergonic and exergonic reactions ENDERGON IC REACT IONS

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 6 Summary Joanne Tellez 1- Make a list of the properties of endergonic and exergonic reactions. ENDERGON IC REACT IONS EXERGON IC REACT IONS require energy input resulting in products with more energy than the reactants had release energy such that the products have less energy than the reactants had Energy stored Energy released Small molecules put together to make big molecules Big molecules are split to make small molecules 2- List the forms and types of energy we discussed in class. For the types, define them and give an example. FOR MS OF ENERGY DEF I N I T ION Potential Stored energy Kinetic Released energy TYPES OF ENERGY DEF I N I T ION EXAMPLE Chemical Stored in the bonds between atoms (released by separating bonds) Gasoline, Coal, Wood & Food Nuclear Stored in the nucleus of atoms, split protons with neutrons to release energy Bombs, Naval Ships, Power plants & Fusion in the sun Electrical Moving electrons, Generated by using other energy sources Nervous system, ac cur rent dc...
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2011 for the course CHEM 101 taught by Professor Hard during the Spring '11 term at UT Arlington.

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Chapter 6 summary - Chapter 6 Summary Joanne Tellez 1 Make a list of the properties of endergonic and exergonic reactions ENDERGON IC REACT IONS

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