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Oil solidifiers are polymers that have a physical attraction to hydrocarbons (oil, gasoline, etc.) caused by Van de Waal’s forces. They consist of long chains of hydrocarbons that have a loose molecular structure and a very porous matrix. They increase the viscosity of the oil to the point that it forms a solid mass.

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