Unsaturated Fats

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Unsaturated fats contain double bonds between adjacent carbon atoms of the fatty acid chain. An unsaturated fat containing a single carbon-carbon double bond would be a monounsaturated fat, whilst multiple carbon-carbon bonds would be a polyunsaturated fat. Unsaturated fats are typically a liquid at room temperature.

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