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Auto-ignition temperature reported from a GLP guideline study: 260°C, as liquid melted substance (Ciric, 2015)

Key value for chemical safety assessment

Autoflammability / Self-ignition temperature at 101 325 Pa:
260 °C

Additional information

For the determination of the auto-flammability of Tetradecylamine, one data from a GLP guideline study is reported (Ciric, 2014).

The auto-ignition temperature of liquid melted Tetradecylamine was determined to be 260°C at 992.9 – 1015.0 hPa in a GLP-compliant study conducted in accordance with EU Method A.15, DIN Guide 51794 and IEC Standard 79-4. This value is considered reliable without restriction (Klimisch 1) and is used as key value for the assessment. The self-ignition temperature of Tetradecylamine could not technically be determined due to its melting point < 160°C.