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How does saturated fat effect iodine atoms?
October 03, 2011 7:06PM
unsaturated are oils that have double bonds in their structure because there is not enough hydrogen atoms to bond with the carbon atoms. In such case, carbon atoms bond to each others to form double or triple bonds. adding iodine, saturates the oil as iodine atoms bond to carbon atoms as if they were hydrogen atoms.
This is an answer to the question that should read: How does iodine affect unsaturated fats?