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.
One torch is $29, a set of four is $99, and the paraffin oil refill is $12.
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).