How can absence of light slow down oxidation of fatty and oily food?

Asked by  | 18th Mar, 2008, 09:04: PM

Expert Answer:

Light is a form of energy. Many reactions take place in the presence of light some are explosive too. Oil do react to light but very slowly almost negligible but still over a period of time like 4- 5 monthes it can be seen.

Answered by  | 4th May, 2008, 06:25: PM

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