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The IUPAC Gold Book definition of "product", defined as a substance formed during a chemical reaction.[1]

In terms, product (TR:237) (LH:23) (TL:260|#143) is a substance, e.g. atom, ion, molecule, molecular entity, chemical species, human species or human molecule, that is formed at the end state (or final state) of chemical reaction.[2]


The following are quotes:

“So, if we are the reactants, an endothermic relationship creates a product that is less stable than the compounds that produced it. We’ve all felt a little crazy around certain people, and more capable and even-keeled after removing ourselves from their influence. In contrast, an exothermic partnership produces love energy and makes potentially unstable reactants more stable. This is the contentment (good energy) otherwise anxious people can feel with people who calm them.”
Karin Jones (2018), “Thermodynamics of Love” (§11), Dec 18[3]

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See also


  1. Product - IUPAC Gold Book.
  2. (a) Product - IUPAC Goldbook.
    (b) Daintith, John. (2004). Oxford Dictionary of Chemistry. Oxford.
  3. Jones, Karin. (2018). “The Thermodynamics of Love”, Erotic Review Magazine (txt), Dec 18.

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