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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endergonic_reaction

In chemical thermodynamics, an endergonic reaction is a chemical reaction in which the standard change in free energy is positive, and energy is absorbed.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exergonic_and_endergonic_reaction

For Exergonic and Endergonic reactions, see the separate articles: Endergonic reaction · Exergonic reaction. See also: Exergonic process · Endergonic ...

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Chemical reactions take place in nature as well as in living things. These reactions often involve the exchange of energy. In this lesson, we'll study a type of ...

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You may also come across the terms exothermic and endothermic reactions. These describe exergonic and endergonic reactions when the energy released or ...

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An endergonic reaction refers to a chemical reaction in which energy is being used in the overall reaction, making the reaction non-spontaneous and ...

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You can read about exergonic and endergonic reactions here. An example of an exergonic reaction that occurs in our body is cellular respiration. The equation ...

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Definition of endergonic reaction – Our online dictionary has endergonic reaction information from A Dictionary of Biology dictionary. Encyclopedia.com: English ...

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Reactions with a positive ∆G (∆G > 0), on the other hand, require an input of energy and are called endergonic reactions. In this case, the products, or final state, ...

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Endergonic: A process such as a chemical reaction in which the Gibbs free energy (G) of the products is greater than the Gibbs free energy of the reactants ( i.e., ...