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6-(isononanoylamino)hexanoic acid is a pale yellow-white waxy solid.

According to OECD102 study the melting point of 6-(isononanoylamino)hexanoic acid is 61 ± 2 °C.

According to OECD103 study the boiling point of 6-(isononanoylamino)hexanoic acid is 269 ± 9°C at 101.9 kPa.

According to OECD109 study the density of 6-(isononanoylamino)hexanoic acid is 1.0405 ± 0.0009 g/cm3 at 20°C and the relative density is 1.04.

According to OECD104 study the vapour pressure of 6-(isononanoylamino)hexanoic acid is 15Pa at 20°C and 25Pa at 25°C and 250Pa at 50°C.

According to OECD107 study the log pow of 6-(isononanoylamino)hexanoic acid is 2.47 (shake flask method).

According to OECD105 study the water solubility of 6-(isononanoylamino)hexanoic acid is 0.48 g/l at 20°C.

According to ISO 4311 the critical micelle concentration of 6-(isononanoylamino)hexanoic acid is 0.6 ± 0.14 g/l at 20°C. As the substance is surface active for ecotoxicological purposes this value should be taken as the water solubility.

According to OECD105 study the octanol solubility of 6-(isononanoylamino)hexanoic acid is miscible with n-octanol at every ratio.

According to OECD115 study the surface tension of 6-(isononanoylamino)hexanoic acid is 41.6 ±1.5 mN/m at a concentration of 1 g/l at 20°C.

According to EU A.10 study 6-(isononanoylamino)hexanoic acid is not highly flammable.

6-(isononanoylamino)hexanoic acid is a is considered to have no explosive properties as there are no chemical groups associated with explosive properties present in the molecule.

6-(isononanoylamino)hexanoic acid is a is considered to have no oxidising properties as there are no halogen or oxygen atoms bond to nitrogen or oxygen.

6-(isononanoylamino)hexanoic acid is a is considered to be stable in organic solvents.

According to OECD112 the pKa value of 6-(Isononanoylamino) hexanoic acid determined by indirect titration with an acidic standard solution and potentiometric endpoint detection is: pKa (BH ⇌ B- + H+): 4.8 +/-0.2 (22°C) where BH denotes the free acid form.