It is puzzling to know why oils are liquid while butter is solid when they are both oily and greasy. Not all oils are solid in room temperature or in the fridge. By studying chemistry we get to understand why such phenomenon occurs, which is not only restricted to oils and fats but to almost the entire materials we find on Earth.
Butter is solid and gets harder when left in the fridge. By understanding the states of matter, we have come to understand that there are three phases of matter: solid, liquid, and gas. We have also learned Continue reading...