Equation for the Hydrolysis of Sucrose?

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Sucrose, also known as the common table sugar, is a sweet white crystalline solid oftentimes used as a food additive. The chemical formula of which is C12H22O11 and it has a molar mass of 342.30 g/mol. The equation involve is Sucrose + water = hydrolysis = > Glucose + Fructose.
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Sucrose, also known as the common table sugar, is a sweet white crystalline solid oftentimes used as a food additive. The chemical formula of which is C12H22O11 and it has a molar mass of 342.30 g/mol. The equation involve is Sucrose + water = hydrolysis = > Glucose + Fructose.
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