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- Inland Taipan
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yes. look up the mechanism of beta-oxidation in your textbook and then try to do the math. Then come back and one of our users might assist you if your quest. But as I said, the key is in the mechanism of beta-oxidation. All you need to take into consideration is the structure of your acid.
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