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Rights: University of Waikato Published 25 September 2017 Size: 110 KB Referencing Hub media

Glyceryl tristaerate is one of the fats found in lard, which is often used in cooking and baking. The fat is harvested from the abdominal area of a pig.

Illustrated here are 2 different ways of depicting it - on the left a skeletal formula and on the right is a condensed formula.