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EC number: 201-114-5
CAS number: 78-40-0
The density of the substance is reported to be 1.0725 g/cm3.
In the Merck Index, the density of the substance is reported to be 1.0725 g/cm3.
The density of the substance was found to be
In the Handbook of Environmental Data on Organic Chemicals, the relative density of the substance is reported to be 1.06 g/cm3.
Triethylphosphat is reported to have a density of ca 1,066 g/cm3, assumed to be at ambient temperature. (handbooks)
Two handbooks, considered as reliable sources, report similar density values for the substance, and are therefore presented in a Weight-of-Evidence approach:
The Merck Index (2001) reports a density of 1.0725 g/cm3, and Verschueren (1996) reports 1.06 g/cm3. Temperature is not specified, but assumed to be ambient.
The average (rounded) value is retained as key data. Assuming a density of 0,9998 g/cm3 for water at 4°C, the relative density D20/4 for the test substance is 1,066.
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