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Boiling: from ca. 212 °C at 1031 hPa to ca. 225 °C at 1040 hPa. Thermal decomposition in this temperature range is likely to occur.

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In order to estimate the boiling point of the substance sulfuric acid, mono-C8-14 alkyl esters, ammonium salts, compds. with triethanolamine (CAS No. 96690-74-3), the results obtained experimentally for sulfuric acid, mono-C8-14 alkyl esters, ammonium salts (CAS No. 90583-10-1) and for sulfuric acid, mono-C8-14 alkyl esters, compound with triethanolamine (CAS No. 85665-45-8) are used in a weight of evidence approach. The two read-across substances can be seen as complementary to each other, providing both counter ions present in the target substance. As the measured boiling point values are to a good approximation similar, the range determined by them is acceptable as a boiling and/or decomposition range for the target. The lower of the two values is recommended to be used for a chemical safety assessment.

The experiments with both analogue substances were determined by Differential Scanning Calorimetry according to OECD Guideline 103.

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