A paraffin is grain. (brand of NS)
Paraffin is a wax-like mixture of saturated hydrocarbons (alkanes) with a composition from C18H38 (octadecane) to C35H72 (petnatriocontane). CONTACTS
Paraffins are a mixture of solid methane hydrocarbons of predominantly normal structure with 18-35 carbon atoms in the molecule and melting point 45-65 ° C.
Paraffins usually contain a certain amount of isoparaffinic hydrocarbons, as well as hydrocarbons with an aromatic or naphthenic core in the molecule. In industry, paraffin is used for drying and impregnating wood, for the manufacture of explosive mixtures. On the basis of paraffin, water compositions are made to protect various surfaces.
Some brands of paraffin are used to manufacture model compositions for non-ferrous casting and antiozonates for the tire and rubber industry. Used in cosmetics for the production of petroleum jelly.
Paraffins are registered as food additives E905x. In radio engineering, it is used for impregnating electrical paper used in the manufacture of capacitors and winding transformers.
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