of or derived from cerotic acid.
a white, crystalline, water-insoluble, odorless wax, C 26 H 52 O 2 , usually obtained from beeswax or carnauba wax. noun another name (not in technical usage) for hexacosanoic acid
a process of engraving in which the design or the like is cut on a wax-coated metal plate from which a printing surface is subsequently produced by stereotyping or by electrotyping. noun a process for preparing a printing plate by engraving a wax-coated copper plate and then using this as a mould for an electrotype
a type of plains community characterized by vegetation ranging from tropical broadleaf woodlands to scrublands, occurring in extensive areas of Brazil.
containing trivalent cerium. adjective of or containing cerium in the trivalent state