wool wax


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wool wax

[′wu̇l ‚waks]
(materials)
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Agar plates with wool wax on the surface were used in earlier studies to select for and isolate wax-degrading bacteria (Roper 2004).
Any remaining wool wax and dirt, as well as the sludge from the desuint bowl, become part of a `strong' wastewater flow, which is treated using a novel CSIRO technology called `Sirolan CF'.
These wetting sands then were coated with various concentrations of wool wax using a method based on that of Ma'shum et al.