paraffin wax

Definitions

General Science

  • noun a white insoluble solid which melts at between 50 and 60° C, used to make candles, as a waterproofing and as the base of some ointments

Electronics

  • A white wax obtained by refining crude oil. It is used for waterproofing, and as an insulator.
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