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Is lauric acid polar

Updated: 8/11/2023
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13y ago

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Yes it is. It is composed of a non-polar carbon chain with a polar COOH head.

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10y ago

C12H24O2

Looks pretty molecular to me!

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9y ago

Because the lauric acid contain the group -COOH.

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6y ago

Lauric acid is practically insoluble in water.

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10y ago

yes

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