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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bee's wax: about 62-64 C. The range of the melting point is between 30. 0. C and 70. 0. C, depending on the material used. At a higher temperature the wax is thermally decomposed
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The melting point of sucrose is 160 to 161 degree C. If there are any impurities in the sugar the melting point will change. The sugar will turn to liquid when it reaches it's melting
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I would have to guess it would only be about 10-20 degrees higher than your body temperature.
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Paraffin wax is mostly found as a white, odorless,
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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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