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Based on its physical chemical properties, Cedarwood Himalayan oil does not need to be classified as hazardous according to the criteria of Regulation 1272/2008/EC (CLP).

Cedarwood Himalayan oil is a brown, viscous liquid according to the analytical data from owner company.

The freezing point of Cedarwood Himalayan oil was determined to be 75.4°C.

The boiling point of Cedarwood Himalayan oil is 305.8°C at atmospheric pressure (101325 Pa).

The relative density of Cedarwood Himalayan oil was determined to be 0.9914 at 20°C.

The vapour pressure of Cedarwood Himalayan oil was found to be 2.81Pa at 24°C.

The partition coefficient of Cedarwood Himalayan oil has been determined as log P =5.4-5.6 at 25°C.

The water solubility of Cedarwood Himalayan oil was determined to be 12.3 mg/l @ 24°C.

The flash point of Cedarwood Himalayan oil is 94°C.

Cedarwood Himalayan oil has an Auto flammability temperature of 260ºC at 1016.6 hPa (Read Across from Texas Cedarwood oil, distilled - Cedrol).

The viscosity of Cedarwood Himalayan oil is 694.8 cPoise at 25°C.

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