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This can also be distinguished by a positive or negative standard reaction Gibbs free energy value. If this value is negative, it is a favorable exergonic reaction. If the value is positive, there is an unfavorable endergonic reaction.
It's also helpful to remember that if a lot of bonds are broken, or a very strong bond is broken, theres a higher chance it's endergonic since it absorbs a lot of energy to break that bond. Therefore the products would be above the reactants.
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