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Answered Apr 10, 2019
The correct answer to this question is B, hydrolysis. This is defined as a chemical breakdow of a compound, formed from a reaction with water. The word hydrolysis comes from Ancient Greek, where hydro means water and lysis means to unbind. During this process, water molecules are seperated into hydrogen and oxygen atoms.
This is done by using electricity. There are many different types of hydrolysis'. One includes salt. It occurs when a salt of either a weak acid or base dissolves into water. There is also hydrolyses of amides, which happens when the nucelophile attacks a carbon of the amide.