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Residual waxes for water harvesting



Residual waxes for water harvesting



Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest 7: 199-205



Laboratory testing was conducted on the suitability as a soil treatment for water harvesting of the residual waxes produced as a by-product of the petroleum industry. There waxes were compared to paraffin, which is already in use in water-harvesting.

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