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Physical & Chemical properties

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Description of key information

Physico-chemical properties were mostly determined from experimental testing. Some endpoints were waived, based on chemical structure or experience.

The substance is liquid at ambient temperature, much less dense than water, and with low volatility.

In water, it is slightly soluble, with weak but no intended surface-active properties.

It has potential for bioaccumulation.

It is NOT classified as dangerous with regard to physical hazards, based on CLP criteria.

Additional information

Summary of relevant physico-chemical properties:





Very pale to pale yellow, fluid, liquid.

Freezing and melting points

< - 20°C

Boiling point

250.3°C, with possible decomposition

Relative density

D20/4 = 0.903

Vapour pressure

8.7 Pa at 25°C

Partition coefficient

log Kow = 4.3

Water solubility

50.3 mg/L at 20°C

Surface tension

50.6 mN/m at 90% saturation (expected ca 45.3 mg/L)

Not considered as a true surfactant (no structural alert, not a desired property).

Flash Point

101 °C

Auto-Ignition Temperature

205 °C

Flammability if contact with air or water

No spontaneous ignition, or release of flammable gas, expected from structure and experience.


Unlikely for liquids (method not applicable)

Explosive properties

No potential from structure.

Oxidising properties

No potential from structure.

Self-reactive properties

No potential from structure.

Organic peroxide

Not a peroxide.