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No experimental data is available for diammonium hydrogen ethylenediaminetetraacetate. Read across to editic acid was done instead.
The vapour pressure of edetic acid was determined to be 2E-012 hPa at 25°C according to Riedel and Plank.

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The vapour pressure determined for the acid form of EDTA represents also a worst case (highest) value for its ammonium salts as it is belived that only the free acid can evaporate. In conclusion the value extrapolated for the free acid will also be used for the exposure calculations of the ammonium salts in the chemical safety report, reflecting a worst case assumption.