Fat-soluble vitamins

Fat-soluble vitamins

Those vitamins, soluble in fat solvents (nonpolar solvents) and relatively insoluble in water, marked in chemical structure by the presence of large hydrocarbon moieties in the molecule; e.g., vitamins a, D, E, k.

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