Fat

 

These are compounds containing oxygen, hydrogen and carbon which are glycerides of fatty acids found in plants and animal tissue in oily form.

Animal fats have larger variety of fatty acids which include both saturated and unsaturated fatty acids. Vegetable fats are poor in saturated acids and have large amounts of  linoleic acids. Animal fat has very little quantity of this compound.

Fat can be divided into the following types
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Monoglyceride

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Diglyceride

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Triglyceride

 

 

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