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The acids separated from it are known by the names of margaric, stearic, and oleic acids.
The margaric and oleic acids seem to have the same neutralizing power, and the same atomic weight.
The stearine, of which factitious wax candles are made, consists of the stearic and margaric acids combined.
When treated with caustic alkaline lye, it is converted into margaric acid and ceraïne.
It is a crystalline solid less fusible than margaric acid, but closely resembling it in its other properties.