hydrolysate

noun
hy·dro·ly·sate | \hī-ˈdrä-lə-ˌsāt \
variants: or less commonly hydrolyzate \hī-ˈdrä-lə-ˌzāt \

Definition of hydrolysate 

: a product of hydrolysis

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Additionally, a 2008 study treated athletes with 10 grams of collagen hydrolysate. Elise Deming, Rdn, Ldn, Philly.com, "What is collagen and why are people eating it?," 26 Feb. 2018 The plant shut down after Nov. 20 when about 450 gallons of hydrolysate spilled because of a seal failure in a storage tank. Jesse Paul, The Denver Post, "Chemical weapons destruction testing resumes in Pueblo after November spill discovery," 10 Jan. 2017

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1915, in the meaning defined above

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hydrolysate

noun
hy·dro·ly·sate | \hī-ˈdräl-ə-ˌsāt, ˌhī-drə-ˈlī- \
variants: or hydrolyzate \-ˌzāt \

Medical Definition of hydrolysate 

: a product of hydrolysis

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