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Lipid solubility

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Description of Lipid solubility

Lipid solubility: quality or fact of being soluble in any of a class of hydrophobic biochemicals including fats, long- chain fatty acids, steroids, oils, and waxes; susceptibility of being dissolved by a lipid.
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