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When enthalpy in a system increases, the reaction is considered to be _____. A. neutral B. exothermic C. endothermic
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User: When enthalpy in a system increases, the reaction is considered to be _____. A. neutral B. exothermic C. endothermic

Weegy: When enthalpy in a system increases, the reaction is considered to be Endothermic.



User: As the temperature of a sample of matter is increased, what happens to the average kinetic energy of the particles in the sample? A. It decreases. B. It increases. C. It does not change.

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