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FAT 46014/I TE is a yellow coloured, odourless solid powder.

Melting point of FAT 46014/I according to OECD Guideline 102: no melting point detected until 350 °C

The boiling point of the test item according to OECD Guideline 103: no boiling point detected until 350 °C

Density of FAT 46014/I according to OECD guideline 109 is 1.3424 g/cm³ at 20 °C.

Median particle size (D50) of FAT 46014/I TE is 140.992 μm.

In accordance with Column 2 adaptation statement of REACH Annex VII, information requirement section 7.5, this study does not need to be conducted if the melting point is >300 °C.

Partition coefficient in n-octanol/water of FAT 46014/I was determined using OECD guideline 107. The individual solubility in water and n-octanol were not determinable, because both individual solubility in water and n-octanol were below the limit of quantification. The Pow and log pow were Not determinable.

The water solubility (cs) of FAT 46014/I at a temperature of 20°C was determined to (without correction for the purity): cs = < 1 μg/l.

The surface tension of FAT 46014/I was determined to be 73.325 mN/m at room temperature of 20 °C.

In accordance with Section 2 of REACH Annex XI, information requirement section 7.9, this study does not need to be conducted based on the physical state of the substance. According to ECHA guidance, flash point is only relevant to substances that are liquid at room temperature.

The auto-ignition temperature of FAT 46014/I was not detected until 550 °C

The test item FAT 46014/I should be considered as not highly flammable.

In accordance with Column 2 of section 7.11 of REACH Annex VII, the full study has not been conducted as there are no chemical groups associated with explosive properties present in the substance.

In accordance with Column 2 of REACH Annex VII, this study does not need to be conducted as this substance is incapable of reacting exothermically with combustible materials on the basis of its chemical structure.