Wax comes in all kinds (paraffin, bee wax, palm oil wax, gel wax, ...) but since it's usually a mixture of different carbonated chains, its physical properties vary a lot from one manufacturer to another.
A good candle is usually one made of a wax with a high melting point, such that it takes longer to burn.
I am trying to make a bad candle, more specifically I am trying to make a candles that produces as much wax vapor as possible. To make it happen, I am looking for a wax that has the lowest possible boiling point.
How can I lower the boiling point of a given wax (paraffin wax for instance since it's the cheapest and easiest to buy) by adding other substances inside ? One can easily find on the internet how to increase the BP (by adding stearin for instance), but not the reverse.
Ideally the additional substance should not be added in too great proportion, since that would lower the wax composition and thus the amount of wax vapor emitted.