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Vapour pressure

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Vapor Pressure is calculated by the MPBPVP subroutine (v1.43), which is based on the modified Mod-Grain Method described by Neely and Blau, 1985. The calculation used an estimated value for boiling point (Adapted Stein and Brown Method) of 508.92 °C.

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In accordance with Column 2 adaptation statement of REACH Annex VII, the study does not need to be conducted for substances which melts between 200 and 300 °C. Thus, it was reported a value calculated with EPISUITE v.4.10 (MPBPVP module V.1.43), a reliable software to predict chemical and physical property data. Estimated vapor pressure is about 5.81E-014 mm Hg, 7.75E-12 Pa, at 25 °C.