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EC number: 214-288-2
CAS number: 1119-86-4
endpoints are completed for this substance based on test data following
standard guidelines, or data waivers. All data are therefore considered
to be reliable and relevant for the endpoint concerned.
/ physical state / colour
is a pale white to white waxy mass at ambient temperature.The
data are taken from substance identification information in an OECD102
(1995) guideline study available as an unpublished report (Smeykal 2014).
has a melting point of 48-52 °C at 1013 hPa.The
melting point was determined in a thermal analysis test, using
differential scanning calorimetry following OECD guideline 102 (Smeykal
has a boiling point of 279.3 °C at 1013 hPa.The
boiling point was determined in a thermal analysis test, using
differential scanning calorimetry following OECD guideline 103 (Smeykal
relative density of decan-1,2-diol at 20 ± 0.1 ºC (compared to water at
4 ºC) is 0.97.The
relative density was determined with a calibrated air comparison
pycnometer according to OECD guideline 109 (Smeykal 2014).
particle size distribution test has been waived because the substance is
not manufactured or used in a solid form.
pressure of decan-1,2-diol was determined to be 0.0045 Pa at 20°C,
0.0096 Pa at 25°C and 0.29 Pa at 50°C.The
vapour pressure of the test item was determined in a vapour pressure
balance test following OECD guideline 104 (Smeykal 2014).
partition coefficient log Pow for decan-1,2-diol was determined to be
1.99 at 22.4 ºC using HPLC method.The
partition coefficient of the test item was determined using the HPLC
method following a GLP compliant OECD guideline 117 study (Lange 2015).
solubility of decan-1,2-diol was determined to be 579 mg/L at 20°C and
water solubility of the test item was measured following a GLP compliant
OECD guideline 105 study (Lange 2015).
tension of a 90 % saturated aqueous solution of decan-1,2-diol was
determined to be 23.33 mN/m (standard deviation ± 0.01) at 20 ºC. As the
surface tension is < 60 mN/m, the test item is classified as a
surface tension was determined using the harmonised ring method
according to OECD guideline 115 (Thieu-Simchen 2015).
point study has been waived as the substance is a solid at room
self-ignition temperature study has been waived as the substance is a
solid with a melting point less than 160°C.
item could not be ignited when a flame was applied as an ignition source
for at least 2 minutes. The test item melted. The substance is not
classified as a highly flammable solid according to Directive
67/548/EEC, nor as a readily combustible solid in class 4.1 according to
the UN Transport Regulation and nor as a flammable solid according to
GHS / CLP Regulation EC 1272/2008 Annex 1: 2.7.
the structure of the substance, the explosiveness study has not been
no structural alerts that would indicate explosive properties.
the structure of the substance, the oxidising properties have not been
no structural alerts that would indicate oxidising properties.
substance is not classified for physico-chemical hazards. Based on the
structure of the substance, it does not meet the criteria for oxidising
or explosive properties and based on experimental data, the substance
does not meet the criteria for a flammable solid. Experience in
manufacture and handling shows that the substance is not a self-heating
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