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EC number: 700-815-8
CAS number: -
An exothermic effect was observed. It
started at an oven temperature of 319°C but the temperature of the test
substance did not reach 400°C during this effect. During further
heating, the temperature of the test sample remained above the
temperature of the oven. The test substance reached 400°C at an oven
temperature of 362°C and a maximum temperature of 432°C.
According to the guideline, a test substance
is self-ignitable when the sample temperature reaches 400°C by
self-heating with a sharp temperature rise. Because no sharp temperature
rise was observed the test substance is considered „not self-ignitable‟.
During the experiment, the test substance
had turned into a green/blue and partially black residue. It confirms
that the test substance had decomposed and/or reacted during the
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