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Physical & Chemical properties

Endpoint summary

Administrative data

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FAT 20013 is a black powder at 20 °C. TWhen tested according to OECD Guideline 102 for melting point and OECD Guideline 103 for boiling point determination the test substance did not melt or boil until 350 °C. Average relative density of FAT 20013 at 20 °C was found to be 1.5519 g/cm³. The median particle size of FAT 20013 was 23.578 µm. The partition co-efficient n-octanol/water of FAT 20013 at 20 °C was determined to be Pow = 37.97, Log Pow = 1.57. The water solubility of FAT 20013 at 20 °C was determined to (without correction for the purity): = 6.9 g/l. The surface tension of FAT 20013 was determined to be 58.672mN/m at 20 °C. The auto-ignition temperature of FAT 20013 was determined to be 413 °C. Ignition was observed throughout the course of a flammability study with FAT 20013, hence it is considered as highly flammable. The analysis of the chemical structure reveals no alerts for explosive properties. The calculated chemical oxygen balance is above the trigger value of -200, but the determination of the exothermic decomposition energy demonstrated an energy release below the critical value of 500 J/g. Therefore, the substance is considered to be non-explosive according to Directive 67/548/EEC and Regulation (EC) 1272/2008 and no further testing are required. In accordance with Column 2 of REACH Annex VII, this study does not need to be conducted as this substance is incapable of reacting exothermically with combustible materials on the basis of its chemical structure.

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