Meaning endothermic
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A process that absorbs heat. The enthalpy change for an endothermic process has a positive sign.
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1866, from French endothermique; see endo- + thermal.
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animals that maintain their body temperature above the ambient temperature of the environment. Read more on: Endothermic
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"within heating" from the Greek prefix endo-, meaning “inside” and the Greek suffix –thermic, meaning “to heat”. The term "endothermic" describes a process wh [..]
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Having a body temperature determined by heat derived from the animal's own oxidative metabolism; contrasts with ectothermic. energy budget
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A physical or chemical change that requires or is accompanied by the absorption of heat.
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Endothermic animals generate their own body heat to maintain their body temperature. Birds and mammals are endothermic. Lamniform sharks are endothermic.
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Referring to a process that absorbs energy.
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(adj) (of a chemical reaction or compound) occurring or formed with absorption of heat
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A reaction that absorbs or takes in energy from its surroundings (Lesson 12)
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animals that use metabolically generated heat to regulate body temperature independently of ambient temperature. Endothermy is a synapomorphy of the Mammalia, although it may have arisen in a (now ext [..]
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Describes a chemical action in which heat is absorbed.
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Referring to a chemical reaction that absorbs heat (i.e., has a positive change in enthalpy).
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Warm-blooded, capable of maintaining high body tempreatures even when the ambient temperature varies.
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A chemical reaction in which heat is absorbed.
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Process that absorbs heat from its surroundings as the reaction proceeds.
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Illustrated Glossary of Organic Chemistry Endothermic: A process such as a chemical reaction in which the enthalpy (H) of the products is greater than the enthalpy of the reactants (i.e., ΔH > 0). [..]
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A process which is accompanied by the absorption of heat.
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animals that can regulate their own body temperatures, regardless of the external temperature; “warm blooded”
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A chemical reaction in which heat is absorbed from the surrounding environment. [Physical Chemistry; v. 319, 608; 1991.] [Journal of Geophysical Research; v. 99, 15919; 1994.]
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Concerning a chemical reaction that absorbs heat, or requires heat to drive it
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A warm-blooded animal that can maintain its own body temperature.
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