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EC number: 203-838-7
CAS number: 111-14-8
The boiling point for heptanoic acid reported in 3 handbooks (Perfume
and flavors chemicals, Fenaroli's
Handbook of Flavor Ingredients and Handbook
of Chemistry and Physics)
is 223°C at 760 mmHg.
No experimental data is available for the boiling point of heptanoic acid. The available literature sources all report a boiling point of heptanoic acid of 223°C at normal pressure (760 mm Hg). This information is therefore considered relevant and used as a weight of evidence approach.
No experimental data is available for
the boiling point of heptanoic acid. As the three data coming from the
literature are the same (223°C at normal pressure), it is assumed to use
this data for the boiling point (weight
of evidence approach).
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