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Chemistry

Asked by Jess · 3 years ago

Compare decomposition reactions with combustion reactions?

Decomposition reactions are reactions in which one reactant breaks down at least two products. AB -> A + B This may be because the reactant is energetically unstable under particular conditions. A decomposition reaction is spontaneous if it does not require an energy input for it to occur. Combustion reactions are exothermic reactions between reactants, usually a fuel and an oxidant. Common c... more

Science

Asked by Blessing · 3 years ago

State one other way inhaled and exhaled air differ apart from in this gas compostion?

Aside from gas composition, exhaled air is at a higher temperature than inhaled air as a result of being warmed by the body.

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