What Is the Melting Point of Wax?

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The melting point of wax is 58 degrees Celsius. Wax is a chemical compound that is malleable near ambient temperatures. It is insoluble in water and it usually melts at 58 degrees Celsius to give a low viscosity liquid.
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1 Additional Answer
The answer to this question depends on what type of wax you are referring to, because different types have different melting points. Bees wax melts at 62 degrees C while parafin wax can melt at 55 degrees C.
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