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The label on a container of margarine lists "hydrogenated vegetable oil" as the major ingredient. What is the result of adding hydrogens to vegetable oil?



A. The hydrogenated vegetable oil is less likely to clog arteries. B. The hydrogenated vegetable oil has fewer trans fatty acids. C. The hydrogenated vegetable oil stays solid at room temperature.
D. The hydrogenated vegetable oil has a lower melting point. E. The hydrogenated vegetable oil has more "kinks" in the fatty acid chains.

Answer:
C. The hydrogenated vegetable oil stays solid at room temperature.

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