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what is the Type of fatty acid chain having the maximum number of hydrogen atoms covalently bonded to carbon through single bonds only.
These would be unsaturated fatty acids.
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User: Type of fatty acid chain having the maximum number of hydrogen atoms covalently bonded to carbon through single bonds only.

User: what is the Type of fatty acid chain having the maximum number of hydrogen atoms covalently bonded to carbon through single bonds only.

Weegy: These would be unsaturated fatty acids.
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