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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Coco butter 53 Mineral oil 22 Microcrystalline wax 24 Carnauba wax 1 Procedure: Heat to 80-85[degrees]C.
Petroleum and mineral wax product segment is further sub-segmented into paraffin wax, microcrystalline wax and others (including semi-crystalline wax and petroleum jelly).
Dull patination can be revived with the sparing application of a microcrystalline wax.
Using this compound as a control for the first trial, additional batches were mixed using conventional zinc fatty acid soap, a microcrystalline wax, Aflux 37 and Rhenofit STA/S process promoters.
The exhibition was punctuated by other material presences, such as Senza titolo, 2012, a sort of stele made partly from cast resin and partly from microcrystalline wax, materials that seem to have contrary values and fully express a dialectical tension.
The six ingredients found in Blistex Simple and Sensitive include: cocoa butter, a lush tropical extract with serious moisturizing properties; sunflower seed oil, a nutrient-rich oil selected for its comforting qualities; jojoba, a naturally derived emollient that helps smooth and soften lip: vitamin E, a highly beneficial anti-oxidant; microcrystalline wax, which helps give the formula an appealing form and feel and phenoxy-ethanol, a preservative to maintain freshness.
Hot-applied microcrystalline wax coatings (Clause 16).
The low temperatures prevented the application of a protective coating of microcrystalline wax.
The plot is as new as a composite of microcrystalline wax, granulated rubber and polymer binders.
One of Clinique's best sellers of the season is a lip gloss called Plump and Shine that contains natural aromatic oils to "feed" the delicate skin on the lips and plump it out, with microcrystalline wax to add the shine.
75 (Glyceryl stearate (and) PEG-100 stearate) Microcrystalline Wax (Ruger Chemical) 1.
Consider Martini's Untitled, 2013, in which a small, rectangular cavity has been excised from a large, thin sheet of stone and replaced with a piece of microcrystalline wax.