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image.jpgOil and Vinegar Don't mix labb

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1. On the triglyceride molecule to the right place a box around the polar region and nonpolar
region of the molecule. Label each box.
2. Provide an explanation that is grounded in polarity that better explains why oil is not miscible in
vinegar.
3. Draw a particulate level diagram showing the interaction that occurs where the layer of oil and
vinegar meet. To simplify this drawing, you show only water, since vinegar is mostly water,
interacting with the triglycerides. The drawing should indude a minimum of six water molecules
and three triglyceride molecules.
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