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The vapour pressure range for this Category  at a temperature range of between 19.9 and 25  °C was 211- 2592 Pa.    One stream had a vapour pressure of 71Pa at 20°C .   The vapour pressure range for this Category  at a temperature of between  49.7 and 50 °C was 750-5150 Pa.   

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64742-90-1: 230 Pa at 19.9˚C, 490 Pa at 35.4˚C, 750 Pa at 49.7˚C (Sabic 1989). 85117-10-8: not determined (BASF SE 2008). 98072-36-7: 21.1 hPa at 20˚C, 51.5 hPa at 50˚C (BASF SE 2007). 68513-69-9: 400 Pa at 25˚C (Exxon 2004). 68921-67-5: 400 Pa at 25˚C (Exxon 2004). 68513-69-9: 968 Pa at 20˚C (LOA 2009). 68513-69-9: 2592 Pa at 20˚C (LOA 2009). 68475-80-9: 405 Pa at 20˚C (LOA 2009). 68477-38-3: 0.4 kPa at 40˚C (Shell 2009). 68513-69-9: 210 Pa at 25˚C (Exxon 2004). 69013-21-4: 210 Pa at 25˚C (Exxon 2004). 68527-18-4: 768 Pa at 20˚C (LOA 2009). 68987-42-8: 71 Pa at 20˚C (LOA 2009). 69013-21-4: 612 Pa at 20˚C (LOA 2009).98219-64-8: 1000 Pa at 20˚C (LOA 2009). 101631-14-5: 900 Pa at 20˚C (LOA 2009). 68527-18-4: 5 hPa at >=20˚C (Rutgers 2010a, 2010b).