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It was not possible to experimentally determine the boiling point of the substance because of its high sublimation tendency. Melting point was low enough to be measured before complete sublimation but this is not the case with the boiling point.
Boiling point was determined using two prediction tools namely SPARC and ACD/I-Labs (Online prediction tool from ACDLabs). The obtained results were as follows:
• Boiling Point using ACD/I-Labs: 214.2 oC at 760 mmHg
• Boiling Point using SPARC: 208.2 oC at 760 mmHg
The mean value of 211.2 oC was used to fulfil the requirements under REACH.
Stereoisomer centres of any kind (R/S, D/L, cis/trans, etc.) are NOT considered in the predictions. All stereoisomers will produce the same prediction.

Key value for chemical safety assessment

Boiling point at 101 325 Pa:
211.2 °C

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