posted by Emily on .
I don't understand this question... Which side of the chemical equation would energy be located on in an endothermic reaction? I understand that in an endothermic reaction it absorbes energy.
I'm pretty sure you're going to find that the energy is transferred to the product side of your equation, aka the right side of the equation.
Since you have to ADD energy to the reactants in an endothermic reaction, the energy is on the left side:
something + energy = something
oops that's right I missunderstood the question.