What does this diagram represent?
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it's a chemical reaction between an alcohol group (on the glycerol) and a carboxylic acid (from the fatty acid) called "esterification", creates an ester bond/functional group. It is also a "condensation" reaction because it creates a water molecule.
1) A saturated fat becoming unsaturated
2) A fat molecule forming through dehydration synthesis
3) The saturation of a triglyceride molecule
4) Dehydration synthesis breaking down a fat molecule
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Question is difficult
none of those options really fit the description
i guess 2) is the closest
i think is 4 ) Dehydration synthesis breaking down a fat molecule
well there is not breakdown of a fat molecule.
you're taking a fatty acid (a fat molecule) and glycerol and making a monoglyceride (another fat molecule)
I dont know too much about the topic but I know that https://njvs.desire2learn.com/content/enforced/12833-3987/0201ChemistryofLife(Honors)/image0024e394529.jpg?_&d2lSessionVal=8K2OZ6AZcXY7nFCWJJffDXYgd same picture comes up when I type in google images ) Dehydration synthesis breaking down a fat molecule
That is the only time that same process comes up
i can tell you that it's not a breakdown of a fat molecule, but you are free to make the choice you seem fit