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Stearates. 5. Waxes, the most effective of which are esters offatty acid and high-molecular-weight monofunctional alcohols . The two long chains attached to the polar group (which is respons ible for affinity to PVC) produce very good lubrication . Examples: wax from partially saponified montanic acid (commercial name, Wachs OP), ester with C Z8 and C 3Z chains (commercial name , Wachs E), stearyl stearate (commercial name, Loxiol G-30). Montan waxbased esters, acids, and salts are longer in chain length (CZ4 to C 34) than fatty acids and are therefore more externally active.

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