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(Kimya) bölünme
(Kimya) suylakesim
(isim) hidroliz
(Tıp) Maddelerdeki su molekülünün çözümlenmesi ile meydana gelen parçalanmaya, hidroliz
sulu ayrışım
acid hydrolysis
asit hidroliz
hidrolizle ilgili
(Tıp) Hidroliz'le ilgili
(Tıp) Hidroliz'e sebep olucu, hidroliz yapıcı
partial hydrolysis
(Denizbilim) tikelsukırım
partial hydrolysis
(Denizbilim) tikel sukırım
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A chemical process of decomposition involving the splitting of a bond and the addition of the hydrogen cation and the hydroxide anion of water
The degradation of certain biopolymers (proteins, complex sugars) by the chemical process that results in smaller polymers or monomers (such as amino acids or monosaccharides)
Chemical reaction with water
Literally, breaking down (lysis) by water A reaction in which a molecule (often an ester or an amide) is broken down into two or more smaller molecules through the reaction with one or more water molecules An example is the hydrolysis of ethyl acetate by water to give ethanol and acetic acid
Replacement of cations in the structure of a silicate mineral with hydrogen ions, resulting in the decomposition of the mineral
A chemical decomposition process that uses water to split chemical bonds of substances
A chemical reaction of a substance with water, leading to decomposition or other change of substance
A double decomposition reaction involving the splitting of water into its ions and the formation of a weak acid or base or both
Chemical decomposition of a substance into other compounds requiring the addition of water Usually considered in the sense of chemical degradation of insulating materials under heat or pressure and in contact with moisture As for example, hydrolysis of polyester films and coatings
The rupture of a chemical bond by a reaction that involves water
Chemical reaction in which water (H2O or HOH) and another reactant exchange functional groups to form two products, one containing the H and the other the OH. In most hydrolyses involving organic compounds, the other reactants and products are neutral; for example, an ester can be hydrolyzed to form a carboxylic acid and an alcohol. Such reactions are often accelerated by enzymes (as in much of digestion and metabolism in general) or other catalysts. In hydrolyses of compounds with ionic bonds, the nonwater reactants are salts, acids, or bases, participating in dissociation reactions
A chemical action involving water - decomposition in which a compound is split into other compounds by taking up water
(alc) (chem) The chemical process that breaks complex organic molecules into simple molecules For example, STARCH and CELLULOSE can be hydrolyzed by ACIDs or ENZYMEs to produce simple sugars, which can be FERMENTED to form ETHANOL F - hydrolyse S - hidrolisis
Decomposition of a chemical compound by reaction with water
When water reacts with another substance and as a result the oxygen in water makes a bond with the substance Back to top I
The decomposition of organic compounds by interaction with water
a chemical reaction in which water reacts with a compound to produce other compounds; involves the splitting of a bond and the addition of the hydrogen cation and the hydroxide anion from the water
A form of chemical weathering in which ions from water replace equivalently charged ions from a mineral, especially a silicate
{i} breaking down of a compound by means of water (Chemistry)
A chemical reaction that releases sugars, which are normally linked together in complex chains In ethanol production, hydrolysis reactions are used to break down the cellulose and hemicellulose in the biomass
Chemical weathering process that involves the reaction between mineral ions and the ions of water (OH- and H+), and results in the decomposition of the rock surface by forming new compounds, and by increasing the pH of the solution involve through the release of the hydroxide ions
The process of breaking peptide or other bonds using a water molecule
A chemical reaction with water in which the water itself is decomposed ( cf hydration)
The reaction of a salt with water to form an acid and a base
Chemical decom- position of a substance involving the addition of water Hysteresis - The heat generated by rapid deformation of a vulcanized rubber part It is the difference between the energy of the deforming stress and the energy of the recovery cycle
hydrolysis (hì-dròl¹î-sîs), chemical reaction of a compound with WATER, usually resulting in the formation of one or more new compounds The most common hydrolysis occurs when a salt of a weak acid or weak base (or both) is dissolved in water Water ionizes into negative hydroxyl ions (OH-) and positive hydrogen ions (H+), which become hydrated to form positive hydronium ions (H3O+) The salt also breaks up into positive and negative ions, and the formed ions recombine 1
A chemical process involving the addition of the elements of water
The chemical reaction between water and a compound usually a salt The hydroxyl from water combines with a cation from the compound resulting in hydrolysis to form a base The hydrogen from water reacts with the anion from the compound to form an acid
Process of decomposition involving splitting of a bond and addition of the elements of water
A chemical reaction in which a compound reacts with water, resulting in its decomposition or alteration
The reaction of a substance with water or its ions
plural form of hydrolysis
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hydrolyse
Of, pertaining to, or accompanied by hydrolysis
Tending to remove or separate water; eliminating water
{s} of hydrolysis, of the breaking down of a compound by means of water (Chemistry)

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    /hīˈdräləsəs/ /haɪˈdrɑːləsəs/


    [ hI-'drä-l&-s&s ] (noun.) 1880. From hydro- + -lysis .

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