What is the difference and what is the similarity between the hydrolysis of triglycerides and sucrose?

Similarity: act with water; during hydrolysis, 1 mol of triglyceride requires 3 mol of water, during hydrolysis of sucrose – 1 mol of water.
Differences: during the hydrolysis of triglyceride, four moles are formed from one mole (three moles of acids and one mole of glycerol). During hydrolysis from one mole of sucrose, a mole of glucose and a mole of fructose are formed.

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