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15 July, 05:20

If an endothermic reaction occurs in water, the relationship of the water's final temperature, tf, to its initial temperature, ti, will be

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  1. 15 July, 06:50
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    In endothermic reaction heat was absorbed, so the reaction will absorb heat from water so the final temperature of water is less than initial temperature

    Tf < Ti
  2. 15 July, 07:14
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    Final temperature of water is lesser.

    Explanation:

    An endothermic reaction means that reactant absorbs heat from surroundings, meaning that temperature of water decreases for the endothermic reaction.
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