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EC number: 203-120-3
CAS number: 103-53-7
During the heating
phase, an endothermal effect was observed in the temperature range of 50
to 70 °C, which can be assigned to the melting of the test item.
The results of the 2
replicate measurements are:
sample weight (mg)
Onset of effect (°C)
Range of effect (°C)
Atmospheric pressure (hPa)
50 to 70 (endo)
As the onset
temperatures in both tests deviate less than 0.5 K from their mean value
of 56.54 °C, the mean value is used as melting point.
melting point of the test item was assessed according to OECD 102,
differential scanning calorimetry. The measurement was performed
in duplicate. An endothermic effect was observed in the range of
50 to 70°C. The mean melting point temperature was derived to be
56.5°C at atmospheric pressure (1005 hPa).
The test item has a melting point of 56.5 °C at atmospheric pressure, as determined according to OECD 102, differential scanning calorimetry.
In a recent study
temperature of the test item was determined according to the OECD 102
scanning calorimetry. A
thermogram is obtained in which the transition heat flow is exhibited as
function of the temperature. In this diagram, the onset of the process
as well as the heat flow of the process are shown.
item has a melting point of 56.5 °C at atmospheric pressure.
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