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  • Diagram showing hydrolysis reactions.
    Rights: University of Waikato Published 1 July 2011 Size: 90 KB Referencing Hub media

    Hydrolysis reactions use up water molecules to break bonds. In this example, a water molecule (HOH) is used to supply an OH to one side of the breaking bond and an H to the other. Sucrase is one of the many digestive enzymes released into the small intestine.

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