Hydrolysis

Hydrolysis is a chemical reaction of a substance and water, where it turns into two or more new substances. Hydrolysis is a reversible process; it increases with increasing temperature and dilution of the solution. For example, during the hydrolysis of sucrose derived glucose and fructose, in the hydrolysis of salts, acids and bases. During the hydrolysis of salt formed a strong base and a weak acid (for example, Na2C03), the solution is alkaline, the hydrolysis of salt formed weak basis and a strong acid (for example, ZnS04),acid. Salt strong acids and bases (e.g. NaCl) hydrolysis not exposed.
In the body hydrolysis extremely common and are the basis of the exchange of many substances, such as carbohydrates, proteins, nucleic acids and other