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The boiling point was determined to be in the range from 224 to 227 °C at 1013.25 hPa. 

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Boiling point at 101 325 Pa:
226 °C

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A literature review was conducted. In a weight of evidence approach these literature values were evaluated. The boiling point was determined to be in the range from 224 to 227 °C at 1013.25 hPa.

According to the ECHA guidance IR/CSA R7a (May 2008) the REAXYS database contain reviewed and evaluated documents from Handbook of Organic Chemistry as published by Friedrich Beilstein and therefore is regarded as reliable literature source and was taken into account as supporting data. REAXYS database reported the value for the boiling point from the publication of Gheorghiu (1948) at 224 - 226 °C.

According to the ECHA guidance IR/CSA R7a (May 2008) the REAXYS database contain reviewed and evaluated documents from Handbook of Organic Chemistry as published by Friedrich Beilstein and therefore is regarded as reliable literature source and was taken into account as supporting data. REAXYS database reported the value for the boiling point from the publication of Ichikawa (1936) at 225 - 227 °C.

According to the ECHA guidance IR/CSA R7a (May 2008) the REAXYS database contain reviewed and evaluated documents from Handbook of Organic Chemistry as published by Friedrich Beilstein and therefore is regarded as reliable literature source and was taken into account as supporting data. REAXYS database reported the value for the boiling point from the publication of Tiemann (1896) at 226 - 227 °C.