endothermic


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endothermic

 [en″do-ther´mik]
1. characterized or accompanied by the absorption of heat.
2. pertaining to or characterized by endothermy.
3. homeothermic.

en·do·ther·mic

(en'dō-thĕr'mik),
Denoting a chemical reaction during which heat (enthalpy) is absorbed. Compare: exothermic (1).
[endo- + G. thermē, heat]

endothermic

/en·do·ther·mic/ (-ther´mik) characterized by or accompanied by the absorption of heat.

endothermic

(ĕn′dō-thûr′mĭk) also

endothermal

(-məl)
adj.
1. Chemistry Characterized by or causing the absorption of heat; endoergic.
2. Biology Of or relating to an organism that generates heat to maintain its body temperature, typically above the temperature of its surroundings; warm-blooded.

en′do·ther′my n.

en·do·ther·mic

(en'dō-thĕr'mik)
Denoting a chemical reaction during which heat is absorbed.
Compare: exothermic (1)
[endo- + G. thermē, heat]

endothermal, endothermic

1. characterized by the absorption of heat.
2. pertaining to endothermy.
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The resulting endothermic reaction cools the product below flash point, reducing the risk of fire.
Differential thermal analysis device is one of the thermal identification and analysis devices, which is used for the determination of enthalpy changes and the value of specific heat capacity of materials at constant pressure in an exothermic or endothermic chemical reaction.
Warm-blooded" mammals, on the other hand, are endothermic.
Figure 3 (a) shows that the SAE had only one endothermic peak at 354-427[degrees]C, and the major decomposition temperature was 389.
It forms aluminum oxide at 180[degrees]C to 200[degrees]C via an endothermic reaction that absorbs heat from the fire.