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EC number: 206-564-6
CAS number: 354-58-5
Melting points (at normal pressure):14.37 °C, Ott et al 14.37 °C, CRC HB Ch & Ph14.2 °C, Fainberg et al14.2 °C, Henne et al14 °C, ESDU13.5 — 14 °C, Miller et al
Melting point data at normal pressure have been published in
several literature publications. The accessible and most relevant data
are summarised here (more references are provided in the literature
search). The values are between (13.5-14 °C) and 14.37 °C. The highest
reported melting points are regarded as best reflecting the intrinsic
melting point of the substance, as lower values likely reflect samples
with greater levels of impurities. Ott et al is the most reliable
study (14.37 °C). For this reason the given value (rounded to 14.4 °C)
is considered the most appropriate data available and is selected as the
key parameter and carried forward for risk assessment, and
classification and labelling.
In accordance with Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006, Annex XI, 1.2,
the available data for melting point is considered to be adequate for
the purposes of risk assessment, and classification and labelling, based
on the weight-of-evidence.
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