Is the reaction of barium hydroxide and ammonium chloride an endothermic reaction?

Asked by  | 22nd Mar, 2008, 12:20: PM

Expert Answer:

the barium hydroxide is very hydrated and it loses its water when shaken with the ammonium chloride, causing the dissolving of ammonium chloride and creating a suspension of barium hydroxide. this is an overall endothermic processthe temp of the solution and it was -40 C.....two chemicals or more that can mix together as liquids and freeze instantly... So as soon as you put the liquids together they are completly frozen?

Answered by  | 28th May, 2008, 09:44: AM

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