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Post by Host » Mon Feb 13, 2006 8:17 pm

Hey Mr. thnaks for your help, i found a really good digram at ... rawing.jpg
which helped alot

but does anyone know the two about Animal triglycerdies and Plant triglycerides (mainly) are they both going to be (under natrual conditions) solid-animal, plant-liquid... i googled them and found that coconut fat (a plant fat is one of the few plant fats thats solid at room temp rather than liquid....any comments

hey Mr. was i right about the molecular formula of a carb? i.e. C22.H40.O21. isnt a carb b/c C doesnt equal O (no 1:2:1 ratio)?
yet would it be if it where C22.H40.O22 (even though for it to be 1;2;1, itd have to be C22.H44.O22?)

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Post by mith » Mon Feb 13, 2006 9:49 pm

I already mentioned margarine, and the stuff they use for supplements I think they're cod liver oil, that stuff is liquid.
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Post by MrMistery » Tue Feb 14, 2006 6:41 pm

Yes, you got it. If you have the propper ration, you might have a carb. But as victor and i pointed out, there are some molecules with the propper ratio that are not carbs..
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