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what happens to energy released by an exothermic enthalpy change??

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    It is released to heat the reaction, the containers, the surrounding air, et al.

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    When Zn is Zn(NO3)2 has it gain or lost electrons is it oxidized or reduced.

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    Zn loses electrons to become Zn^2+.

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