Biochemistry 1

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1. You are given two clear solutions and told that one is lauric acid solution and the other is oleic acid. State and clearly outline the test you would use to differentiate one from the other. Hint: Name of test, Procedure of test, and Results.

2. Write the chemical equations for the reactions taking place in the test above (question 1).

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