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Description of key information

The following information was available for this endpoint:
GELEST, INC (2003) DIOCTYLDICHLOROTIN 95% - SND4410 (Material Safety Data Sheet). (SND4410). GELEST, INC, 11 East Steel Rd. Morrisville, PA 19067. 19/09/2003.
Crompton GmbH (2000) DOTCl (Material Safety Data Sheet). 700000001284-1.3. Crompton GmbH, Ernst-Schering-str. 14, DE-59192, Bergkamen. 20/06/2000
Songwon Industrial Co., Ltd. (2010) Analytical Method, Specific Gravity (Company Data). SW.B17.1040. Songwon Industrial Co., Ltd. 19/02/2010.
All three available sources of information were scored 4 for reliability according to the criteria of Klimisch et al, 1997 based upon a lack of information on test substance, methodology and results. As no one data source was considered robust enough to be considered as a key study a weight of evidence approach was used.

Key value for chemical safety assessment

Additional information

The available information did not provide sufficient data to allow a reliability score to be determined, therefore the available information was all scored as 4 for reliability according to the criteria of Klimisch et al, 1997.

Results of the available information are summarised below:

Relative density of 1.17 at 50ºC (Gelest inc., 2003)

Density of 1.15 - 1.18 g/cm3 at 50ºC (Crompton GmbH, 2000)

Specific gravity of 1.361 at 60ºC (Songwon industrial Co., Ltd., 2010)

The values obtained are all from literature sources with no specific details of methodology. No value for relative density at 20 ºC was available.