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Look at the structure of stearic acid as well as oleic acid and answer the following questions:

a.Write which of these two is saturated fatty acid.

b.Which of these two has a higher melting points.

c.Which of these two will change the color of bromine water to clear.

d.Name the unsaturated fatty acid using both delta and Omega nomenclature

I can not separate the question, it is one question with four parts. I only need "D" answered, please 

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