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If the solution process is endothermic, then an increase in temperature usually

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If the solution process is endothermic, then an increase in temperature usually results in:

an increase in solubility 
a decrease in solubility
no change in the solubility
a slower reaction  

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an increase in solubility 


Since you add more energy to the process

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