Dehydration Reaction Definition in Chemistry
Sep 08, 2010 · Updated June 25, 2019. A dehydration reaction is a chemical reaction between two compounds where one of the products is water. For example, two monomers may react where a hydrogen (H) from one monomer binds to a hydroxyl group (OH) from the other monomer to form a dimer and a water molecule (H 2 O).
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