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explain the processes involved in exothermic and endothermic reactions

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    which processes? Wouldn't that depend on each particular reaction. I am not certain what you are asking. For instance, in the cellular oxidation of glucose, there are many, many process involved (most of them involving enzymes) in the production of energy.

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