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Description of key information

A weight of evidence approach was used to determine the octanol/water partition coefficient.
Anon. (MSDS) (2009): 2.10
USA EPA (2010): 2.16
Hansch. C, Leo. A and Hoekman. D. (1995) and Hansch. C and Anderson. S.M. (1967): 2.10

Key value for chemical safety assessment

Log Kow (Log Pow):
2.1

Additional information

The logPow values for 1-bromopropane ranged from 2.10 - 2.16. No temperature values at which these measurements were recorded were stated for any of the results.

As the value stated in Hansch. C, Leo. A and Hoekman. D. (1995) and Hansch. C and Anderson. S.M. (1967) was obtained from an experimental result-based peer reviewed literature source, this is selected as the key value.

Kaneko T., et. al. (1997) was not a standard partition coefficient study and does not address the octanol/water partition coefficient endpoint. It does however include a variety of animal tissue/air and tissue/water partition coefficients and is therefore included as supporting information.