3. Describe and compare dehydration synthesis and hydrolysis. Give an example of a substance formed using each chemical reaction, and describe the specific reaction in each instance.
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Hydrolysis let's break it down;
Hydro = water
Lysis = breaking
So we are breaking a molecule down by using water.
De hydration = removal of water
Synthesis = building up.
We build up a molecule by removing water. Or we start building up a Marco molecule by removal of water.
I'm using the phone app now so I'll draw it out for you to show you how these happen.
Consider we have a carboxylic acid and a amine
we lost water and we joined these two molecules together so (LOSS of water) = dehydration, and SYNTHESIS means we formed a new compound.
try to follow through my poor drawings lol.
In this reaction, we use water as a means of breaking a molecule down, Hydro = means water usage, and lysis means breaking, we broke the bond in a molecule and formed two molecules as a result.