Artificial Wax.

Practical Magazine 20, 1876

(Chemistry applied to the Arts, Manufactures, &c. Miscellaneous).

To make artificial wax, melt resin with half its weight of paraffin or other carburet of hydrogen, without exceeding the temperature of 226°Fah. To the resin may also be added a third of its weight of tallow or stearic acid, which may be afterwards neutralized by potass.

- Revue Industrielle, July 12, 1876.

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