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amandavolosina
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Equations

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Good evening! Can somebody please help me!!
Apply balanced chemical equations (full or ionic) for such reactions. - provide balanced equations for:
Condensation
Hydrolysis
Addition

With regards to carbohydrates, lipids and proteins
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Condensation you get by build up of ethers, esters or amids.
Hydrolysis is the other way around
Addition is in this context not known.
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Condensation and hydrolysis applies to peptide, glycosydic and ester bonds (H2O is sideproduct).

About addition reaction, it is possible to some proteins:

Hgb + O2 ----> Hgb-O2

or

Hgb + CO ----> Hgb-CO

(Hgb - hemoglobine)
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