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EC number: 203-545-4
CAS number: 108-05-4
Data on physical properties were obtained
from a number of secondary sources. The data in these secondary sources
are based on a critical evaluation of peer-reviewed data and the
selected values are considered to be reliable and representative of the
property under investigation. Information in the review process was
documented in the introduction of the source. The use of Klimisch codes
(Klimisch et al., 1997), was extended to these secondary sources
and a reliability code of (2) valid with restrictions was
assigned when using the authoritative secondary source.
Review of the collated information indicates
that vinyl acetate has a high vapour pressure and is very soluble in
water with a relative density of lower than water.Vinyl acetate is
expected to volatilize from waste water and to a lower degree from
surface water, based on the vapour pressure and a Henry's Law constant
of 51.6 Pa. m-3. mole-1at 20°C. The
transfer to the atmosphere is to some extent counterbalanced by the high
water solubility of the compound. Based on the Henry's law constant, VAM
can be regarded as a moderately volatile compound.
The boiling point of vinyl acetate (72.7°C)
and flash point (-8°C) indicate that this substance would be classified
as Category 2 flammable liquid with the hazard statement H225 "Highly
flammable liquid and vapour".
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