Paraffin Wax stands as a white or colorless soft solid, traced from petroleum, oil shale or coal that includes a substance of hydrocarbon molecules incorporating between twenty & forty carbon atoms. The wax is solid at room temperature and begins to melt above approximately. It can be made into wax crayon and is distinct from kerosene as well as other petroleum productions, which are erstwhile called paraffin. It is mostly found as an odorless, tasteless, white and waxy solid. It is an excellent material that stores heat, with a special heat capacity. Applicable for candle-making, wax carving, Investment casting etc., Paraffin Wax works as an anti-caking agent, dust-binding coating for fertilizers and moisture repellent. Additionally it assists in the formulation of specimens for histology.