What Will Lipids Dissolve in?

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Lipids will dissolve in non-polar substances. These may include cyclohexane, benzene, or gasoline. Lipids will not dissolve in water. Lipids include fats, sterols, waxes, and fat-soluble vitamins.
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Other lipids. Also plenty of organic solvents, like "diethyl ether.
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Triglycerides Triglycerides are an important group of lipids. They serve as an energy store in both plants and animals . Triglycerides are composed of three molecules of fatty acids
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A lipid isn't a polymer of course.
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