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5 September, 12:19

What happens to the temperature of a thermometer near an endothermic reaction?

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  1. 5 September, 13:28
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    The temperature shown on the thermometer decreases, as the temperature of the surrounding area decreases. This is due to the energy which is being taken in from the surroundings for the reaction, so as to break the bonds.
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