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Not relevant for solids.

Key value for chemical safety assessment

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The flash point is a key measure of the flammability of a liquid. It measures the lowest temperature at which the vapour/air mixture above the liquid can be ignited. The flash point is only a relevant property for liquids. The test substance is a solid at ambient temperature with a high melting point (ca. 125-130°C) and a very low calculated vapour pressure (< 0.06 Pa @ 20°C).

Thus a study does not need to be conducted.