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EC number: 200-681-6 | CAS number: 68-22-4
- A melting point between 204 and 207 °C could be observed due to the detected endothermal effect
- After the melting of the test item an exothermal phase could be observed between around 240 and 380 °C
A differential thermoanalysis method (DTA) was used to determine the melting point which confirms with the procedure Test method A.2, "Determination of the melting point", described in the EC-Guideline. A melting range of the substance between approx. 204 to 207 °C could be observed. After the melting of the test item an exothermal phase could be observed between around 240 and 380 °C. Up to the decomposition of the substance no definite boiling point was observed.
Up to the decomposition of the substance no definite boiling point was observed.
After the melting of the substance an exothermal phase could be observed between around 240 and 380 °C.
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