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GIVE ENTHALPY PROFILE DIAGRAMS TO ILLUSTRATE ENDOTHERMIC AND EXOTHERMIC REACTIONS.INCLUDE AN EXPLANATION OF CONCEPTS SUCH AS ENTHALP CHANGE, ACTIVATION ENERGY AND CATALYSIS. EXPLAIN HOW THE PROCESSES OF BOND BREAKKAGE AND FORMATION DETERMINE THE ENTHALPY CHANGE OF A REACTION GIVING SUITABLE EQUATION WITH DATA FOR EACH.

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    We can't do diagrams on the board AND this is a discussion question. Obvously the text/teacher wants YOUR input and not ours.

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