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endergonic

 [en″der-gon´ik]
characterized or accompanied by the absorption of energy; requiring the input of free energy.

end·er·gon·ic

(en'dĕr-gon'ik),
Referring to a chemical reaction that takes place with absorption of energy from its surroundings (that is, a positive change in Gibbs free energy). Compare: exergonic.
[endo- + G. ergon, work]

endergonic

/end·er·gon·ic/ (end″er-gon´ik) characterized or accompanied by the absorption of energy; requiring the input of free energy.

endergonic

adjective Referring to a chemical reaction that requires significant external energy in order to proceed.

endergonic

adjective Denoting a chemical reaction that requires extended energy input in order to proceed.

end·er·gon·ic

(en'dĕr-gon'ik)
Referring to a chemical reaction that takes place with absorption of energy from its surroundings (i.e., a positive change in Gibbs free energy).
Compare: exergonic
[endo- + G. ergon, work]

endergonic

characterized or accompanied by the absorption of energy; requiring the input of free energy.