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Based on its physical chemical properties, Ginger CO2-to extract, does not need to be classified as hazardous according to the criteria of Regulation 1272/2008/EC (CLP).

Ginger CO2-to extract is a Brown Liquid oil with a pungent smell at room temperature.

Ginger CO2-to extract has no melting temperature; a glass transition was observed at -69.7ºC- -64.5ºC (203.4K-208.6K).

Ginger CO2-to extract has no boiling temperature. The substance decomposes and/or reacts at temperatues >175ºC.

The relative density of Ginger CO2-to extract is 0.9733 at 20ºC.

The initial vapour pressure of Ginger CO2 -to extract was found to be 5.25 Pa at 25°C. The vapour pressure of the constituents ranges from 6.3.10^-9 - 260 Pa (QSAR).

The log Kow range for Ginger CO2-to extract constituents was found to be 2.72 -7.12. 43% of the known constituents of the substance have a log Kow >= 4.0 (QSAR).

The range of water solubilities for the known constituents of Ginger CO2-to extract was found to be 0.32 -1136.40 mg/L at 25°C (QSAR).

Ginger CO2-to extract has a flash point of 94ºC at standard pressure.

Ginger CO2-to extract has an auto-flammability of 235ºC at standard pressure (WOE approach from Ginger CO2-Se extract).

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