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Vapour pressure (substance): 574 hPa at 20°C 
Vapour pressure (silanol hydrolysis product, dimethylsilanol): 7.7 hPa at 20°C
Vapour pressure (silanol hydrolysis product, dimethylsilanediol): 7 Pa at 20°C

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Two reliable vapour pressures derived from measured data are available. In a study carried out according to EU Method A4, a vapour pressure of 574 hPa at 20°C was interpolated from data measured in the range 11 - 23°C. A vapour pressure of 583 hPa at 20 ºC was extrapolated from a temperature-vapour pressure correlation using peer-reviewed experimental data measured at temperatures ranging from 50 to 61ºC. Original test procedures and conditions used to measure the vapour pressures were not identified.

The two results are in good agreement.

Two supporting studies are available, the reliability of which could not be assigned. These gave results in agreement with the reliable results.

The substance hydrolyses very rapidly in contact with water, therefore, the vapour pressure of the hydrolysis products dimethylsilanol and dimethylsilanediol are also relevant. Values of 7.7 hPa and 7 Pa at 20°C have been calculated for dimethylsilanol and dimethylsilanediol, respectively, using an appropriate QSAR.

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