The melting point of paraffin is -24
Paraffin has 52 to 57 C melting point . But its boiling point is not conform.
The freezing point is the same as the melting point; it is the point at which the paraffin transitions from solid to liquid. 37 °C (99 °F)
Paraffin wax comes from petroleum, shale or coal. It is usually white in color but can also be colorless. The boiling point of paraffin wax is 698 degrees F.
The melting point of paraffin wax is 120 to 160 degrees Fahrenheit (or between 40 0C and 70 0C).
Liquid paraffin is used in thermostatic baths, to maintain a constant temperature.
Paraffin oil is a slid at room temperature. It begins to melt at 99* F. The boiling point of paraffin oil is 698* F.
31 degrees celious
435 degrees fahrenheit.
because water can hold more mass than paraffin. BOILING POINT: water- 99.98(degree)C paraffin: 370(egree)C
Paraffin oil is nontoxic, noncorrosive and stable.
220 degrees Celsius or 286farentheit
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paraffin is , you can say that paraffin is candle just extract it's thread and your paraffin is ready to use
Paraffin wax begins to melt at temperatures above 99 degrees Fahrenheit. It begins to boil and produce vapor at approximately 698 degrees Fahrenheit.
It is almost 100% paraffin, it is made from wax and water.
Paraffin is distilled from petroleum. Paraffin wax is another by-product from petroleum.
The useof paraffin is for Candles
Paraffin has covalent bonds.
I have made candles using paraffin wax. Paraffin oil is kerosene.
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Paraffin is a class of hydrocarbons called Alkane the most basic alkane being methane. Methane has a boiling point of -161 degree Celsius. As it goes higher the bp increases as the energy required to break the hydrogen bonding increases.
Paraffin is made up carbon and hydrogen. Anything else found in paraffin is an impurity. Paraffin is the name of British kerosene.
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