microcrystalline wax

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microcrystalline wax

[¦mī·krō′krist·əl·ən ′waks]
(materials)
A petroleum wax containing small, indistinct crystals, and having a higher molecular weight, melting point, and viscosity than paraffin wax; used in laminated paper and electrical coil coating.
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60 for 50mlDR WHITE: Cera microcristallina is an oil for waterproofing, decyl oleate is the binding agent and octylaodecanol is the preservative.