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What is the solvent in which the chemical reactions of cells take place?

What is a small polar molecule that can participate in hydrogen bonding?

What is water?

Why does water remain a liquid state in the cell?

Due to water molecules ability to bond results in increase in what?

The increase in the boiling point of water is caused by?

The increase in boiling point of water due to water molecules' ability to hydrogen water allows water to remain in what state? Where?

What do water molecules do around a hydrophilic molecule?

What type of molecules easily dissolve in water?

How do hydrophilic molecules easily dissolve in water?

Through what process are most macromolecules of cells broken apart?

What is hydrolysis?

What process in the human body is primarily the hydrolysis of macromolecules?

What is the reverse reaction of hydrolysis?

What is dehydration?

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liquid state in cell

water

boiling point

water

hydrolysis

hydrophilic

dehydration

process through which most macromolecules are broken apart

the reverse reaction of hydrolysis; larger molecule is formed and water is the byproduct

water molecules ability to hydrogen bond

solvate (surround) it

digestion

their negatively charged ends are attracted to waters partial positive hydrogen and their positive ends are attracted to water's partial negative oxygen

due to water molecules ability to hydrogen bond causes an increase in the boiling point

small polar molecule that can participate in hydrogen bonding