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1.504 ± 0.001 g/cm³ (= 1504 kg/m³) at 20.2°C

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The determination of the relative density of DCDPS was performed in accordance with OECD TGD 109 using a gas comparison pycnometer (Habeck 2009a). A relative density of 1.504 ± 0.001 g/cm³ was measured. Available handbook data (Beilstein Record 2008) indicate values for a crystal density of 1.533 (Sime 1960 & 1974) or 1.597 (Zuniga et al 1993) respectively.