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C1 Part 2 C1 Lesson 34 Emulsions C1 Lesson 36 Tectonic Theory
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C1.6.3 Saturated and unsaturated oils C1 Lesson 35 Saturated and Unsaturated Fat
a Vegetable oils that are unsaturated contain double carbon–carbon bonds. These can be detected by reacting with bromine water.
b HT only: Vegetable oils that are unsaturated can be hardened by reacting them with hydrogen in the presence of a nickel catalyst at about 60°C. Hydrogen adds to the carbon–carbon double bonds. The hydrogenated oils have higher melting points so they are solids at room temperature, making them useful as spreads and in cakes and pastries.

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