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  • If the forming of a polymer releases water, predict water’s role in the breaking down of a polymer into single monomers.

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  • 1. Condensation and Hydrolysis Reactions
    LEQ: How can I identify condensation and hydrolysis reactions?
  • 2. Watch A Special “View” on the Use of Latin and Greek words
  • 3. Ones tell twos…
    What does the word dehydration mean?
  • 4. Twos tell ones…
    If a reaction were called a dehydration reaction, what would you expect to be happening in that reaction?
  • 5. Dehydration reaction
    As a polymer is made, water is released.
    Also known as condensation reactions.
  • 6. Ones tell twos…
    If the forming of a polymer releases water, predict what the opposite reaction would be.
  • 7. Twos tell ones…
    Predict a meaning for the word hydrolysis.
  • 8. Hydrolysis Reaction
    Hydro- means water.
    -lysis means splitting
    When water is used to split large molecules (polymers) into smaller molecules (monomers).
  • 9. Twos tell ones…
    What’s the relationship between dehydration or condensation reactions and hydrolysis reactions?
  • 10. Enzymes
    Special proteins that make chemical reactions occur faster.
    Also called catalysts.