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Description of key information

Boiling point >300ºC, with decomposition from around 200ºC. 

Key value for chemical safety assessment

Boiling point at 101 325 Pa:
300 °C

Additional information

The substance does not boil at temperatures of up to 300ºC. The substance decomposes from around 200ºC (turned brown at around 200ºC and it changed to glasslike mass at around 300ºC).

In addition to the key study, other references are available which are either comparable (QSAR) or predict a lower boiling point under reduced pressure. These are considered to not be useful for determining the boiling point of the substance at atmospheric pressure, and they do not contradict the key study findings, hence they are not summarised in more detail.

 Boilimg point  at the pressure  Method  Reference
 135 ºC  0.48 kPa    NIPPON SHOKUBAI
 162 ºC  1.6 kPa    NIST CRC Handbook
 387.13 ºC  1013 hPa  Estimated:Joback fragmentation modified by S.E.Stein  EPA EPI-WIN

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