endothermic


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Synonyms for endothermic

(of a chemical reaction or compound) occurring or formed with absorption of heat

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The overall interactions of S/B latexes with calcined clay studied here are endothermic.
As observed previously, the DSC curves were very similar for all copolymers, showing two well-defined endothermic thermal events and showing that any modifications to the thermal properties were not related to a modification in the final urea content of the copolymer, but to a modification in the copolymer structure.
Available in exothermic and endothermic formulations.
The second polyolefin skin layer is made of a polypropylene resin with the endothermic main peak of crystal fusion in a range of 155-163[degrees]C and with a heat of crystal fusion in the range of 20-90 J/g.
Bonus Question: Is Hell exothermic (gives off heat), or endothermic (absorbs heat)?
Austempering of the component in an endothermic gas atmosphere furnace (quenched in molten salt bath) results in yield and tensile strength approximately twice that of conventional SAE D4512 ductile iron.
2-] group) and by differential thermal analysis with a slow heating rate for the endothermic peak for the endothermic peak for transformation to [beta]-TCP may give additional confirmation of its formation[3].
Objective: "The aim of the project is to develop a Proof-of-Concept (PoC) prototype of a new SOFC concept with a serial connection of one exothermal CPOx stage with one or a multiple of endothermic steam reforming stages.
3 Endothermic step Temperature Peak temperature Heat Sample range ([degrees]C) ([degrees]C) energy (J/g) PAN fiber 275.
temperature in figure 2 shows exothermic and endothermic transitions in the material.
Safoam and Saftec endothermic chemical nucleating and blowing agents for thermoplastics.
Using their combined experience, the authors set out to determine whether a variety of dinosaurs and closely related extinct animals were endothermic (warm-blooded) or ectothermic (cold-blooded), and when, where and how often in the dinosaur family tree this important trait may have evolved.
A new approach is based on endothermic blowing agents.
Among their findings was that three endothermic physiochemical transformations occur during heating: release of moisture between room temperature and 212F (100C), burnout of organic compounds between 572-932F (300-500C), and release of chemically bound water in the range of 932-1652F (500-900C).
The following is an actual question given on Durham University chemistry exam, mid-term: Question 1A - Is Hell exothermic (gives off heat) or endothermic (absorbs heat)?