pughaus Posted February 10, 2019 Share Posted February 10, 2019 (edited) This one's for the math + chemistry inclined... If you're making your own blend of waxes, as so many of us do- How would you go about estimating the melt point (MP) of your finished product? Here's what I've come up with: Lets use a 3 wax blend as an example: Wax 1 MP appx 125 at 70% Wax 2 MP appx 140 at 20% Wax 3 MP appx 95 at 10% 125 x .70 = 87.5 140 x .20 = 2895 x .10 - 9.5Total 125 MP Am I doing this right? Is it even possible to estimate a final MP like this or do wax compounds interact in a way that changes MPs such that you can't really even ballpark it with basic math. Edited February 10, 2019 by pughaus Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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