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Dissociation constant

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From this Weight Of evidence approach we can conclude that the pKa od DIPA is 11. The substance does not ionize at the environmentaly relevant pH range.

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pKa at 20°C:

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Data on dissocication constant of diisoproplylamine have been found in peer reviewed handbooks and by using a QSAR model (SPARC). From a Weight of Evidence approach it has been concluded that the pKa of diisopropylamine is 11 at 20°C