Definitions for "Additives"
Any one of a number of special chemicals added to a product to bring about special effects. Examples are: driers, anti-setting agents, and coloring.
In many plastic products, the polymer is only one constituent. In order to arrive at a set of properties appropriate to the product, the polymer is almost always combined with other ingredients, or additives, which are mixed in during processing and fabrication. Among these additives are impact modifiers, colorants, reinforcements, plasticisers and stabilisers. See also plastics and conversion.
A number of chemical and other products incorporated into processed foods, including flavourings, dyes, nitrates and other agents. Used to alter the colour, flavour, increase the nutritional value and ease the processing, packaging and storage of foods.
Keywords:  wax, vybar, polythenes, stearic, scents
Anything added to wax to alter it's properties.
Anything you add to the wax. May include: stearic, vybar, polythenes. Although you would regard colourants and scents as additives they are not normally included in this category in candle `talkâ€(tm).
Keywords:  isobutyl, amyl, mtbe, isopropyl, tba
Methyl alcohol, ethyl alcohol (ethanol), tertiary butyl alcohol (TBA), isopropyl alcohol, normal butyl alcohol, isobutyl alcohol, methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE), tertiary amyl methyl ether (TAME), di-isopropyl ether.
Addition products used in bearing lubricants, which can inhibit corrosion, reduce frictional effects and help in lubricant mixing circumstances.
Compounds which control such ink characteristics as tack, viscosity, drying time etc.
Organic or inorganic materials added to de-icing salt to reduce corrosion and/or improve the spreading characteristics of the salt