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Oils with a high degree of unsaturation are most susceptible to autoxidation.
The number indicates the degree of unsaturation.
The strain of five-membered rings increased with a decrease degree of unsaturation.
This includes more than one compound because the composition of the side chain varies in its degree of unsaturation.
Transition temperature can also be affected by the degree of unsaturation of the lipid tails.
The degree of unsaturation specifies the amount of hydrogen that a compound can bind.
Its high degree of unsaturation gives tung oil its properties as a drying oil.
The second usage is to denote a hydrocarbon of the second degree of unsaturation.
They generally are complex mixtures of saturated and unsaturated components in varying degrees of unsaturation.
It is most often performed on fats and oils to increase both the melting point and the shelf life without reducing the degree of unsaturation.
From the number of carbon atoms and hydrogen atoms in a molecule the degree of unsaturation can be obtained.
The oil extracted from these plants contains mainly non-polar lipid compounds especially triglycerides with a high degree of unsaturation.
The prostaglandins and thromboxanes are produced from certain 20-carbon atom polyunsaturated fatty acids with varying degrees of unsaturation.
In the 19th century chemists found it puzzling that benzene could be so unreactive toward addition reactions, given its presumed high degree of unsaturation.
Degree of unsaturation (DOU) is a way to figure out how many rings or double bonds are in a molecule.
The length and the degree of unsaturation of FAs chains have a profound effect on membranes' fluidity.
That is, an atom that has a valence of x contributes a total of x-2 to the degree of unsaturation.
Unsaturated polyanhydrides consist of organic R groups with one or more double bonds (or degrees of unsaturation).
The likelihood and severity of allergic reaction to urushiol is dependent on the degree of unsaturation of the alkyl chain.
Among these compounds, several analogues, called chaetomellic acids with different chain lengths and degrees of unsaturation have been isolated from various species of the lichen Chaetomella.
The addition of iodine to alkenes is the basis of the analytical method called the iodine number, a measure of the degree of unsaturation for fats.
Less than half of the general population reacts with the saturated urushiol alone, but over 90% react with urushiol containing at least two degrees of unsaturation (double bonds).
The members of an alkylation series have the same degree of unsaturation and number of heteroatoms (nitrogen, oxygen and sulfur) but differ in the number of CH units.
The degree of unsaturation (also known as the index of hydrogen deficiency (IHD) or rings plus double bonds) formula is used in organic chemistry to help draw chemical structures.
The greater the degree of unsaturation in a fatty acid (i.e., the more double bonds in the fatty acid) the more vulnerable it is to lipid peroxidation (rancidity).
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