1. what does the shorthand for fatty acids represent?
- no. of single bonds and carbon atoms
- no. of carbon atoms, no. of double bonds and their position
- no. of carbon atoms and no. of hydrogen atoms
- no. and position of double bonds only
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2. why are HDLs good lipoproteins?
- block arteries
- remove cholesterol from body
- boost metabolism
3. a side effect of removing double bonds in industry?
- reformation of fatty acids from cis to trans
- waste of energy
- reformation of fatty acids from unsaturated to trans
4. the more double bonds present in a fat or oil, the boiling point becomes
- the same
5. high levels of LDL could cause