OTHER WORDS FROM endothermicen·do·ther·mi·cal·ly, adverben·do·ther·my, en·do·ther·mism, noun
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As endothermic animals, mammals and birds fuel their body heat with food.One hummingbird survives cold nights by nearly freezing stiff|Jonathan Lambert|October 26, 2020|Science News For Students
Compounds formed with the evolution of heat are termed exothermic, while those formed with an absorption are termed endothermic.
In endothermic compounds energy, in some form, has been taken up in the act of formation of the compound.
The manner in which a substance is endothermic is of importance as regards the practical employment of explosives.
All carbon compounds, excepting carbon dioxide, and many if not all compounds of nitrogen, are endothermic.
The stability of endothermic bodies like nitric oxide and ozone at low temperatures requires further investigation.