vapor wax is coming from oil.
because, when the wax is lit it burns off as a vapor, when the candle was extinguished the wax vapor was still in the air, and the wax acts as fuel for the flame of a candle, so the flame combusted and lit the vapor, leading back to the candle wick.
yes. the wax vapor will build to your lungs and you'll die.
Carbon Dioxide and water vapor
Nope.... wax paper is wax coated paper, Freezer paper is white butchers paper with a plastic coating. Much thicker.
Yes, wax in a candle is one of the two substances that causes the candle to burn (oxygen is the other.) The reactants are therefore wax and oxygen, and the products are carbon dioxide and water vapor (and heat/light.)
Paraffin wax begins to melt at temperatures above 99 degrees Fahrenheit. It begins to boil and produce vapor at approximately 698 degrees Fahrenheit.
The vapor has a sexual reproduction of air to wicks and waxs.
The reaction of hydrocarbon (i.e. wax) with oxygen Hydrocarbon + oxygen --> water + carbon dioxide
Carbon dioxide (gas) and water (vapor) from fat or wax (solid) and oxygen (gas, from air)
While the compounds released differ from candle to candle they all produce water vapor and carbon dioxide.
There are 2; the melting of the candles wax is physical but the wick burning is chemical.
Best Wax Melts made a good smell in room when you burn a wax melts. The heat of the flame vaporizes the liquid wax (turns it into a hot gas), and starts to break down the hydrocarbons into molecules of hydrogen and carbon. These vaporized molecules are drawn up into the flame, where they react with oxygen from the air to create heat, light, water vapor (H2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2)