paraffin oil


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paraffin oil

[′par·ə·fən ‚ȯil]
(materials)
A viscous, pale to yellow oil made from petroleum; used as a lubricant, medicine, and leather dressing.
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This was probably because short chains of LDPE filled the spaces between UPE chains in the UL blending gels, which would help to hold paraffin oil and hamper the solid-liquid separation.
5 cm diameter filter papers were placed on opposite sides of the dish, and 20 [micro]L of odorant at 1 [micro]g/[micro]L was added to one filter paper, and the same amount of paraffin oil was added to the other as a control.
In this study, edible paraffin oil was used as a carrier to make nanoparticle suspensions which had no effects on the cell viability either in RT (Figure 5E) or in the magnetic field (Figure 5F).
6] Cfu/ml comparing with paraffin oil which was better than other formulation with 1 x [10.
09) had paraffin oil lamps and candles before gas lights.
In 1867 German industrial chemist Robert Graesser set up a plant at Plas Kynaston to extract paraffin oil and wax from shale quarried locally, later expanding to produce phenol, acids and coal tar.
03%, in paraffin oil were added to Petri dishes containing all motile stages of P.
of glycerol, ethanol (methylated spirits), olive oil or paraffin oil.
Tests carried out by scientists have found them to contain things like coffee, paraffin oil and even animal waste.
A glassblower will have to make it, and you will have to obtain a small quantity of paraffin oil from a pharmacy.
Paraffin oil without any additives was used as lubricant (boundary lubricated conditions).