What bond is easily formed and easily broken in water?
An ionic bond is the most easily formed and broken in water. A covalent bond is much stronger.
No, a water molecule is released during condensation (dehydration) reactions. There are two opposite reactions: hydrolysis and condensation. Hydrolysis breaks apart polymers into monomers. In the process, water molecules are broken apart to "cap" the ends of the monomers. In condensation reactions, two monomers are joined and a molecule of water is formed and removed.
because saturated fat is not easily broken down by our metabolism which results in retension of fat in our body! in other words saturated fat contain single bond carbon chain,which is a strong bond and found in food items like ghee (clarified butter )and unsaturated fat contain double bond carbon chain,which is a weaker bond and found in food items like olive oil which can be easily broken down as compared to saturated fat.