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Post  sangbmt on Fri Jan 07, 2011 7:28 am

It holds,that A pi bond is weaker than a sigma bond, but the combination of pi and sigma bond is stronger than either bond by itself.So,essential acids in oil have more pi and sigma bonds,like in a fat,which is in solid state.That means it could be in solid state,not liquid,but it is not like that.Why?I think that,if a chemical compund has more double bonds,it is in solid state,and if compound has more simple bonds it is in liquid state,isn it?

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