What is dehydration synthesis?

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I know that it involves some sort of process within compounds but I'm not sure what. 

Oct 12th, 2015

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What is dehydration synthesis?

is the procedure of joining two particles (or mixes) together after the evacuation of water. When you see the word dehydration out the first thing that may ring a bell is, 'losing water' or 'lacking water.' This is an impeccable approach to recall what happens amid a drying out response. Basically, water is missing in light of the fact that the water was lost after the joining of two particles to make an expansive atom.

dehydration synthesis  is named a sort of a copmound response. A compound response is the procedure where synthetic substances (called reactants) change into new substances (called items). In any case, a lack of hydration combination additionally has an alternate assumed name it can pass by; this is a buildup response.

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Oct 12th, 2015

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