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The effect of the hydrogenation of oils is to: remove double bonds. cause the oils to remain as liquids. make the oils boil at a lower temperature....

The effect of the hydrogenation of oils is to:

a. remove double bonds.

b. cause the oils to remain as liquids.

c. make the oils boil at a lower temperature.

d. make the oils oxidize.

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