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is the burning of a marshmallow a(n) endothermic or exothermic process?

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  1. Is the marshmellow losing heat (exothermic) or absorbing heat (endothermic? Is it losing energy (exothermic) or using energy (endothermic)? Does the process of a marshmellow burning produce energy (exothermic) or require energy (endothermic)? Some things to think about.

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