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EC number: 201-114-5
CAS number: 78-40-0
The boiling point of triethyl phosphate was
determined to be 215.5 degrees Celsius at atmospheric pressure.
In the CRC handbook, the boiling point of triethyl phosphate is reported to be 215.5 degress Celsius at atmospheric pressure.
The boiling point was determined to be 215 -216 °C.
In the Merck Index handbook, the boiling point of the substance is reported to be 215 -216°C.
The boiling point of the substance is
reported to be 215 °C at 1013 hPa and 80 °C at 5 hPa.
In the Handbook of Environmental Data on Organic Chemicals, the boiling point of the substance is reported to be 215 °C at 1013 hPa and 80 °C at 5 hPa.
Triethylphosphat is reported to have a boiling point of 215-216°C, assumed to be at normal atmospheric pressure. (handbooks)
Three handbooks, considered as reliable sources, report similar boiling point values for the substance, and are therefore presented in a Weight-of-Evidence approach:
CRC (Lide, 2006) reports the boiling point to be 215.5 degress Celsius at atmospheric pressure. The Merck Index (2001) reports a range of 215 -216°C. Verschueren (1996) reports values of 215°C at 1013 hPa and 80°C at 5 hPa.
The initial boiling point (i.e. lower value) is retained as key data.
As supporting data, MITI (1992) reports a consistent value of 216°C.
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