It can be hydrolyzed, by a special enzyme, into salicin and benzoic acid.
The only conclusion that one may draw is that the fats are first hydrolyzed or split up into glycerine and free fatty acids.
The poisonous tar was not hydrolyzed by boiling with a dilute solution of sodium carbonate.
To see whether the toxicodendrin could be hydrolyzed, the remainder was dissolved in alcohol and dilute sulphuric acid was added.
When the glucosides are hydrolyzed, they yield glucose and the hydroxyl compound of the radical with which it is united.
When hydrolyzed by acids, or by the enzyme "invertase," it yields a mixture of equal quantities of glucose and fructose.
When hydrolyzed, either by dilute acids or by maltase, one molecule of maltose yields two molecules of glucose.
It is not fermented by ordinary top-yeasts, but is first hydrolyzed and then fermented by the enzymes present in bottom-yeasts.
When hydrolyzed it yields glucose, fructose, and two (or more) molecules of galactose.
When hydrolyzed, they yield arabinose and a hexose; the latter is sometimes galactose and sometimes mannose.