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Classify each process as an endothermic or exothermic process. drag the appropriate items to their respective bins. helpreset exothermic breaking solvent-solvent attractionsbreaking solute-solute attractions endothermic forming solute-solvent attractions

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Amanda Johnson on December 20, 2018

Answers:1) Breaking of Solvent-Solvent Attractions is an Endothermic Process.2) Breaking Solute-Solute attractions is an Endothermic Process.3) the Formation of Solvent-Solute Attractions is an Exothermic Process.Explanation: When a solute dissolves in a solvent or releases heat or absorbs heat depending on the interactions broken and the interactions that are formed. In the first place, the solvent-solvent interactions are broken , this process requires heat that is provided either from external source or is provided by the formation of solute-solvent bond formation process which is exothermic. When the solvent molecules to achieve addition of the solute particles enter into interactions with the removal of heat. Therefore, if the heat required to break solvent-solvent interactions is greater than the heat supplied by the solute-solvent interactions of training, then the solute does not dissolve at room temperature, and vice versa.

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