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During an endothermic reaction it is written that heat is absorbed & the container feels cold. So during this type of reaction is there any rise in the temperature of the solution?? I mean does the solution become hotter as it absorbs heat or the temperature remains constant??

During an endothermic reaction it is written that heat is absorbed & the container feels cold. So during this type of reaction is there any rise in the temperature of the solution?? I mean does the solution become hotter as it absorbs heat or the temperature remains constant??

Grade:10

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Pooja
127 Points
3 years ago
As it absorbs heat it's internal energy will increase 
Change in internal energy corresponds to change in temperature.
So temperature would increase

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