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If you have studied the chemistry of fats can you identify the end arrangement found in fatty acids as well as amino acids? What is it called?
That would be a carboxylic acid or a carboxyl group that they have as end arrangements.
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User: If you have studied the chemistry of fats can you identify the end arrangement found in fatty acids as well as amino acids? What is it called?

Weegy: c. have double bonds in their fatty acid chains
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That would be a carboxylic acid or a carboxyl group that they have as end arrangements.
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