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Boiling point predicted from scientifically valid (Q)SAR models: 289.6°C at 1 atm (Kovarich, 2014)

Key value for chemical safety assessment

Boiling point at 101 325 Pa:
289.6 °C

Additional information

For the determination of the boiling point of Tetradecylamine, one data is reported from (Q)SAR predictions based on two scientifically valid models: ACD/Percepta Boiling point and EPISuite/MPBPVP (Kovarich, 2014). Those models fulfil the characterisation criteria specified in the OECD Guidance Document on the validation of (Q)SAR models.

A boiling point of 289.6°C at 1 atm is predicted for Tetradecylamine; this prediction is considered reliable with restrictions (Klimisch 2) and is used as key value for the assessment.