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Which of the following refers to the process of hydrolysis? A. In hydrolysis, a molecule of water is released when two molecules are joined together. B. The end result of hydrolysis is a chain of
molecules such as a polysaccharide. C. Water is needed for hydrolysis to take place. D. Hydrolysis is the process in which plants and animals create complex molecules such as carbohydrates and proteins.
B.) The end result of hydrolysis is a chain of molecules such as polysaccharide,
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User: Which of the following refers to the process of hydrolysis? A. In hydrolysis, a molecule of water is released when two molecules are joined together. B. The end result of hydrolysis is a chain of molecules such as a polysaccharide. C. Water is needed for hydrolysis to take place. D. Hydrolysis is the process in which plants and animals create complex molecules such as carbohydrates and proteins.

Weegy: B.) The end result of hydrolysis is a chain of molecules such as polysaccharide,
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User: What will be the end product(s) of the following dehydration synthesis reaction? C6H12O6 + C6H12O6 + C6H12O6 + C6H12O6 ? A. C24H46O23 + H2O B. C24H44O22 + 2H2O C. C24H42O21 + 3H2O D. C24H40O20 + 4H2O

Weegy: C. 2NH4NO3? N2 + O2 + 3H2O
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