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Andrewww

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Suppose you have an unknown chemical reaction involving carbohydrates. What is one way to test whether the reaction is dehydration synthesis or hydrolysis reaction? Check the types of carbon bonds used. Determine whether water is formed. Examine the number of hydrogen bonds. Note whether there is branching in the glucose chains.

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    Determine whether water is formed. Hydrolysis takes up water. Dehydration synthesis forms water.

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    Hydrolysis requires water. Dehydration synthesis forms waters.

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