paraffin

Paraffin vs Paraffinic - What's the difference?

paraffin | paraffinic |


As a noun paraffin

is (british) a petroleum based thin and colorless fuel oil, (kerosene in us english).

As a verb paraffin

is to impregnate or treat with paraffin.

As an adjective paraffinic is

of or pertaining to paraffin, or to the alkanes.

Treat vs Paraffin - What's the difference?

treat | paraffin |


As verbs the difference between treat and paraffin

is that treat is to negotiate, discuss terms, bargain (for'' or ''with ) while paraffin is to impregnate or treat with paraffin.

As nouns the difference between treat and paraffin

is that treat is an entertainment, outing, or other indulgence provided by someone for the enjoyment of others while paraffin is (british) a petroleum based thin and colorless fuel oil, (kerosene in us english).

Impregnate vs Paraffin - What's the difference?

impregnate | paraffin |


As verbs the difference between impregnate and paraffin

is that impregnate is to cause to become pregnant while paraffin is to impregnate or treat with paraffin.

As a noun paraffin is

(british) a petroleum based thin and colorless fuel oil, (kerosene in us english).

Chloroparaffin vs Paraffin - What's the difference?

chloroparaffin | paraffin | Derived terms |

Chloroparaffin is a derived term of paraffin.

Hydrocarbon vs Paraffin - What's the difference?

hydrocarbon | paraffin |


As nouns the difference between hydrocarbon and paraffin

is that hydrocarbon is (organic chemistry) a compound consisting only of carbon and hydrogen atoms while paraffin is (british) a petroleum based thin and colorless fuel oil, (kerosene in us english).

As a verb paraffin is

to impregnate or treat with paraffin.

Oil vs Paraffin - What's the difference?

oil | paraffin |


As nouns the difference between oil and paraffin

is that oil is liquid fat while paraffin is (british) a petroleum based thin and colorless fuel oil, (kerosene in us english).

As verbs the difference between oil and paraffin

is that oil is to lubricate with oil while paraffin is to impregnate or treat with paraffin.

Fuel vs Paraffin - What's the difference?

fuel | paraffin |


As nouns the difference between fuel and paraffin

is that fuel is substance consumed to provide energy through combustion, or through chemical or nuclear reaction while paraffin is (british) a petroleum based thin and colorless fuel oil, (kerosene in us english).

As verbs the difference between fuel and paraffin

is that fuel is to provide with fuel while paraffin is to impregnate or treat with paraffin.

Paraffine vs Paraffin - What's the difference?

paraffine | paraffin | Alternative forms |

Paraffine is an alternative form of paraffin.


As nouns the difference between paraffine and paraffin

is that paraffine is while paraffin is (british) a petroleum based thin and colorless fuel oil, (kerosene in us english).

As a verb paraffin is

to impregnate or treat with paraffin.

Paraffin vs Silane - What's the difference?

paraffin | silane |


In context|chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between paraffin and silane

is that paraffin is (chemistry) any member of the alkane hydrocarbons while silane is (chemistry) any of a group of silicon hydrides that are analogous to alkanes (the paraffin hydrocarbons); especially the parent compound sih4.

As nouns the difference between paraffin and silane

is that paraffin is (british) a petroleum based thin and colorless fuel oil, (kerosene in us english) while silane is (chemistry) any of a group of silicon hydrides that are analogous to alkanes (the paraffin hydrocarbons); especially the parent compound sih4.

As a verb paraffin

is to impregnate or treat with paraffin.

Paraffin vs Alkane - What's the difference?

paraffin | alkane |


As nouns the difference between paraffin and alkane

is that paraffin is (british) a petroleum based thin and colorless fuel oil, (kerosene in us english) while alkane is (organic chemistry) any of saturated hydrocarbons including methane, ethane and compounds with long carbon chain known as paraffins etc, having a chemical formula of the form cnh2n+2.

As a verb paraffin

is to impregnate or treat with paraffin.

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