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EC number: 204-317-7
CAS number: 119-36-8
The measured water solubility of Methyl Salicylate ranges from 625 mg/L at 30°C to 770 mg/L at 60°C.
reliable key study is available for this endpoint. In this study
(Kumar M.D. and Gandhi N.N., 2000),the
effect of hydrotropes on solubility and mass transfer coefficient of
Methyl salicylate was evaluated. Thus, the solubility of a
hydrotropes-free Methyl salicylate solution was measured as reference.
The analytical method used was a titration method. The Methyl
salicylate solubility was sufficiently high to have a reliable result,
which is in agreement with the values reported in the literature. All
the solubility experiments were conducted in duplicate to check the
reproducibility. Different Solubility values depending on the
temperature are reported as follows:
mg/L at 30°C
mg/L at 43 °C
mg/L at 50°C
mg/L at 60°C.
secondary literature (Gibbs H.D., 1909) is selected as supporting
study as it reports similar water solubility of 740 mg/L at 30°C.
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