CHAPTER 4 candles

CHAPTER 4 candles - CHAPTER 4 USED COOKING OIL AND USED...

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CHAPTER 4 USED COOKING OIL AND USED PARAFFIN WAX AS INGREDIENTS IN PRODUCING A CANDLE This experiment seeks to answer the following questions: 1. How will used oil affect the performance of a candle when combined with the paraffin wax? 2. What amount of used oil will be added to the paraffin wax to produce a long-lasting candle? a. 80% paraffin – 20% used cooking oil and other ingredients b. 70% paraffin – 30% used cooking oil and other ingredients c. 50% paraffin – 50% used cooking oil and other ingredients 3. The significant difference between the 100% pure paraffin wax and the experimental candle mixed with used cooking oil. TABLE 1 CANDLE MELTING TIME EVAPORATING TIME 100% PARAFFIN WAX 110 MINUTES 110 MINUTES
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TABLE 2a TRIAL 50-50 MELTING TIME (MIN) DIFFERENCE (MIN) AVE. DIFF. EVAPORATING TIME (MIN) DIFF. (MIN) AVE. DIFF. 1 52 -58 47.27% 187 77 170% 2 54 -56 49.09% 182 72 165.46% TABLE 2b TRIAL 70 - 30 MELTING TIME (MIN) DIFFERENCE (MIN) AVE. DIFF.
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2011 for the course DPWH research taught by Professor Enr.marietapadilla during the Spring '11 term at Divine Word.

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CHAPTER 4 candles - CHAPTER 4 USED COOKING OIL AND USED...

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