Lipophilic

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For a molecule to be lipophilic, it has an affinity for [[Lipid|lipids]] (fats). Therefore will be able to dissolve (or dissolve in) a lipid.<br>Also known as 'lipid-loving'.
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For a [[Molecule|molecule]] to be lipophilic, it has an affinity for [[Lipid|lipids]] (fats). Therefore, it will be able to dissolve (or dissolve in) a lipid.
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Also known as 'lipid-loving'.

Latest revision as of 16:12, 18 October 2017

For a molecule to be lipophilic, it has an affinity for lipids (fats). Therefore, it will be able to dissolve (or dissolve in) a lipid.

Also known as 'lipid-loving'.

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