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EC number: 204-694-8
CAS number: 124-28-7
There is an exothermic peak in the 325 to 355 °C region with mean onset
347 °C (see 1 below). This exothermic peak is followed immediately by an
endothermic one, indicating an overlap of decomposition and boiling. To
confirm this interpretation, the boiling point was estimated with
Syracuse software (see 2 below). The predicted boiling point, 346 °C,
agrees well with the onset of the exothermic peak.
1) Boiling point test results
Atmospheric pressure (hPa)
2) Estimated boiling point (Syracuse)
The mean onset (rounded to 347 °C) is selected as giving the best value
of the boiling point.
The boiling point of the test substance was determined according to the
OECD Guideline 103 using differential scanning calorimetry. At 973 hPa,
the boiling point is 347 °C.
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