what is the difference between thermal dissociation and thermal decomposition?
Asked by Vandana | 14th Jun, 2017, 07:57: PM
Any process of decomposition by heat is called thermal decomposition. A thermal decomposition may be reversible or irreversible reaction.
Reversible thermal decomposition reactions, i.e. in which the prodcuts of decomposition can re-unite to form the original substance when the agent (heat) which brings about the decomposition is withdrawn are called thermal dissociation.
Thus, thermal dissociation is a special case of thermal decomposition.
Answered by Prachi Sawant | 15th Jun, 2017, 10:58: AM
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