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Energy is absorbed to break bonds. Bond-breaking is an endothermic process. Energy is released when new bonds form. Bond-making is an exothermic process.
Energy is required to break bonds. Atoms are much happier when they are "married" and release energy because it is easier and more stable to be in a relationship (e.g., to generate octet electronic configurations). The enthalpy change is negative because the system is releasing energy when forming bond.
Energy is absorbed to break bonds. ... Energy is released when new bonds form. Bond-making is an exothermic process. Whether a reaction is endothermic or exothermic depends on the difference between the energy needed to break bonds and the energy released when new bonds form.
Most chemical reactions involve the breaking and formation of chemical bonds. It takes energy to break a chemical bond but energy is released when chemical bonds are formed. If more energy is released than consumed, then the chemical reaction evolves heat and is said to be exothermic.
When bonds are formed the system loses energy and hence increases its stability (which is the ultimate motive). Since their is a decrease in energy, the energy lost is released as heat energy and thus it is an exothermic process.
Chemical reactions make and break the chemical bonds between molecules, resulting in new materials as the products of the chemical reaction. ... Breaking chemical bonds absorbs energy, while making new bonds releases energy, with the overall chemical reaction being endothermic or exothermic.
Energy is absorbed to break bonds. Bond-breaking is an endothermic process. Energy is released when new bonds form. Bond-making is an exothermic process.
Making chemical bonds always releases energy because the bond is formed in order to make the atoms more stable (less energy). ... Breaking chemical bonds always requires energy because the atoms are held together by the interactions of electrons in their valence shells. Separating them therefore makes them less stable.
When a chemical reaction occurs, molecular bonds are broken and other bonds are formed to make different molecules. For example, the bonds of two water molecules are broken to form hydrogen and oxygen. Energy is always required to break a bond, which is known as bond energy. ... Energy is released when a bond is made.
When a bod is broke, energy is required to break the bond, hence energy is taken in or absorbed when bonds are broken. This makes bond breaking an endothermic process. However, energy is released when bonds are made. This causes a net production of energy, which in turn makes the reaction exothermic in nature.
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