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Henry's Law Constant characterizes the equilibrium distribution of dilute concentrations of volatile, soluble chemicals between the gas and liquid phases.  The hydrotropes are not volatile chemicals and therefore estimating a Henry's Law Constant is not feasible or relevant.

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Vapour pressure, a measure of volatility, is not required under REACH for substances with a melting point above 300C. A 2009 melting point ISO Guideline study of a closely related substance, sodium cumene sulphonate, reported there was no decomposition and no sublimation at up to 350C and 1 atm. The measurements were done in triplicate. Hydrotropes are not volatile substances.