A fatty acid that has one double bond (C=C) in the carbon chain. Oleic acid is an example.
A fatty acid containing only one pair of carbon – carbon double bonds.
of a chemical compound, containing one double (or triple) bond; used particularly of fatty acids, such as oleic acid.
A fatty acid in which the hydrocarbon chain is not fully saturated with hydrogen; two hydrogen atoms are missing.
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