Saponification Equation?

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Saponification is the process by which homemade soap is made. There is an acid which is the fats or oils, and a base which is the lye. The fatty acids have to attach to glycerides. It is a chemical reaction. An equation to show this reaction consists of chemical compounds and a diagram of triglycerides and glycerin. It is good to know this process when making soap at home. The right balance of acids and bases will yield a perfect final result.
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C3H5(OOCC17H35) + 3NaOH ___________ C3H5(OH)3 + 3C17H35 COONa. oil inorgainc base glycerlo soap.
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The equation for saponification (hydrolysis of ester in
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GLYCERIDE+SODIUM HYDROXIDE=GLYCEROLE+SOAP
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The second one, I believe. :)
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