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What is the difference between the terms ‘hydrolysis’ and ‘hydration’? 

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Hydrolysis is defined as a chemical reaction in which hydrogen and hydroxide ions (H+ and OHions) of water molecule react with a compound to form products. For example: 

Hydration is defined as the addition of one or more water molecules to ions or molecules to form hydrated compounds. For example: 

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