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EC number: 203-445-0
CAS number: 106-94-5
A weight of evidence approach was used to address this endpoint.Anon. (MSDS) (2009): The vapour pressure at 25 ºC was 143 mmHg (19.065 kPa).USA EPA (2010): The computer simulated prediction at 25 ºC is 137 mmHg (18.265 kPa).Boublík. T, et. al. (1984): The experimentally determined vapour pressure at 20 ºC is 110.8 mmHg (14.772 kPa).
From the available sources, the vapour pressure of 1-bromopropane was
determined to be between 137 - 143 mmHg at 25 ºC. As expected, the value
at 20 ºC was lower at 110.8 mmHg. As the value at 20 °C was obtained
from an experimental result-based peer reviewed literature source, this
is selected as the key value.
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