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Stability: thermal, sunlight, metals

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The test material was stable to just above 70 °C. An event indicative of decomposition occurred at around 240 °C. No thermal event was seen on the DTA curve between room temperature and 150 °C and the sample had lost only 0.4 % of its weight by 150 °C.

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In a screening study conducted according to the OECD 113 guideline, the thermal stability of the test material was investigated. Approximately 20 mg of the test material was placed into a platinum pan using a glass pipette before being heated from 20 to 800 °C at a rate of 1 °C/minute within an air atmosphere. 

The test material was stable to just above 70 °C. An event indicative of decomposition occurred at around 240 °C. No thermal event was seen on the DTA curve between room temperature and 150 °C and the sample had lost only 0.4 % of its weight by 150 °C.

Justification for classification or non-classification

The substance is considered to be stable at room temperature as no decomposition or chemical transformation was found below 150 °C.