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The test material is a white solid with a melting point of 93.5 °C. The boiling temperature was not determinable since the test material appears to decompose at temperatures above its melting point. The relative density is 1.3 at 20 °C. The octanol water partition coefficient is -0.19 at 20 °C. The water solubility at 20 °C is 860 mg/L. The test material is surface active with a surface tension of 50 mN/m at 20 °C. There is no self-ignition and it is not classified as flammable, explosive nor oxidising. The test material is stable against most of the chemicals tested. Only with strong oxidising agents like KMnO4 it will be oxidised in an aqueous system. The test material is thermally stable at 21 °C and 54 °C for two weeks, is photolytically stable and stable in the presence of the metals aluminium, tin or iron in an air atmosphere. The pH value of a 1 % solution is 2.9.

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