plant oils and their uses

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name three different plant oils
olive oil, sunflower oil, coconut
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two ways of extracting oils
pressing and distilation
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whats the advantages of using plant oils
cooks faster
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what are the disadvantages
can lead to obesity if you eat too much
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what type of bonds are found in saturated oil
saturated oil is a single bond unsaturated is double bond
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how can you test if a oil is saturated or unsaturated
test with bromine water
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what colour solution is a saturated oil + bromine water
orange solution
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what colour solution is a unsaturated oil + bromine water
colourless solution
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what is a emulsifier
when two immiscible substances mix together
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what is an emulsion
a new substance after adding the emulsifier
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what is special about emulsifiers
has a hydrofilic end and a hydrophobic
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what do we call it when we add hydrogen to a vegtable oil
hydrogenation
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give an example of a saturated fat
butter
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give an example of a unsaturated fat
oil
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pressing and distilation

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two ways of extracting oils

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cooks faster

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can lead to obesity if you eat too much

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saturated oil is a single bond unsaturated is double bond

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