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Lect+28+Fall+2011 - Ionicvs. Chapter11 Nutrition...

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11/9/2011 1 Chapter 11: Nutrition – Food for Though Food for Thought (continued) Nov. 11/2011 Review from Last Lecture Ionic vs. covalent compounds in water Fats are made of… ? Hydrocarbons; polarity? 2 Which end group is circled? 1. Alcohol 2 Carboxylic acid 3 2. Carboxylic acid 3. Ester 4. Methyl Identify the compound: 1. Propane 2. Glycerol 4 3. Fat (triglyceride) 4. Fatty acid
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2 Which structure is shown below? 1. Triglyceride 2. Glycerol 3. Saturated fatty acid 5 4. Unsaturated fatty acid 5. Hydrocarbon Which group is circled? 1. Methyl 2. Alcohol 3. Ester 4. Carboxylic acid 5. Hydrocarbon What’s the Deal with Trans Fats? “Oil difi d b ti l Where’s the oil? “Oil modified by partial hydrogenation” Peanut oil ( unsaturated Æ double bonds) is extracted and converted into a semi solid that does not separate from the peanut butter. Hydrogenation Hydrogenation: process by which hydrogen gas (H 2 ) is added to a double bond and converts it to a single bond (more H’s)
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2011 for the course CHM 111 taught by Professor Unknown during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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