What is another word for c6h12o6-h2o?


[ sˈiː sˈɪks ˈe͡ɪt͡ʃ twˈɛlv ˈə͡ʊ sˈɪksˈe͡ɪt͡ʃ tˈuː ˈə͡ʊ], [ sˈiː sˈɪks ˈe‍ɪt‍ʃ twˈɛlv ˈə‍ʊ sˈɪksˈe‍ɪt‍ʃ tˈuː ˈə‍ʊ], [ s_ˈiː s_ˈɪ_k_s ˈeɪ_tʃ t_w_ˈɛ_l_v ˈəʊ s_ˈɪ_k_s_ˈeɪ_tʃ t_ˈuː ˈəʊ]

C6H12O6-H2O is a chemical formula representing the process of hydrolysis in organic chemistry. It involves the breakdown of carbohydrates, specifically glucose (C6H12O6), into water (H2O) molecules. While there are no direct synonyms for this specific formula, other terms related to the hydrolysis process can be used interchangeably. These include "carbohydrate breakdown," "glucose decomposition," or "sugar hydrolysis." Each term would convey the idea of carbohydrates undergoing a chemical reaction, resulting in the separation of glucose molecules and the formation of water molecules. Understanding such synonyms helps in the clear and concise communication of scientific concepts related to organic chemistry.

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