The heat cooled or absorbed at constant pressure during a chemical reaction is called enthalpy of reaction.
The amount of heat released during a neutralization reaction in which I mole of water is formed is called at the heat of neutralization.
The endothermic reaction is the chemical change during which heat is absorbed or taken in from the surroundings. The container becomes cold.
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