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Two tests for dusty Acetoguanamine are available evaluating the auto flammability on hot surface for deposited and dispersed Acetoguanamine. Both tests exhibited no reactions on hot surfaces. 

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The test for deposited Acetoguanamine (100 mg) was conducted for 5 min on a hot surface up to 360°C. At the highest temperature (360 °C) deposited Acetoguanamine becomes a clear melt, vaporises and sublimates again. No ignition was observed.

The test for dispersed Acetoguanamine was conducted on a surface up to 600°C. No reaction was observed.

It is concluded that the self-ignition temperature of Acetoguanamine is higher than 360 and 600°C respectively. This is higher than the melting point (approx. 277 °C), which means Acetoguanamine melts before its self-ignition.