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The test substance was determined to have a vapour pressure of 6.23E-05 ± 2.56E-05 Pa (4.67E-07 Torr) at 15°C, 2.97E-04 ± 6.67E-05 Pa (2.23E-06 Torr) at 25°C, and 1.29E-05 ± 5.04E-06 Pa (9.70E-08 Torr) at 5°C. Given this vapor pressure, the test substance was calculated to have a Henry’s Law constant of 6.21E-08 in deionized water at 25°C.

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Vapour pressure:
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at the temperature of:
25 °C

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Testing was conducted in accordance with OECD guideline 104 and GLP. The test substance was determined to have a vapour pressure of 6.23E-05 ± 2.56E-05 (4.67E-07 Torr) at 15°C, 2.97E-04 ± 6.67E-05 Pa (2.23E-06 Torr) at 25°C, and 1.29E-05 ± 5.04E-06 Pa (9.70E-08 Torr) at 5°C. Given this vapour pressure, the test substance was calculated to have a Henry’s Law constant of 6.21E-08 in deionized water at 25°C.