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Stability: thermal, sunlight, metals

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thermally stable

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Two studies were conducted by BASF SE in the years 2015 and 2017 in order to determine the thermal stability of the test item using the differential scanning calorimetry method (DSC).

In the study of 2015 the 1st exothermal reaction was observed at an onset temperature of 110 °C with a peak temperature of 147 °C and an energy release of 30 J/g. In the study of 2017 the first exothermal reaction of the test item was observed at an onset temperature of 460 °C with an energy release >70 J/g. The lowest onset temperature in the study of 2017 was >150 °C with an energy release of <100 J/g. In the study of 2015 the lowest onset temperature was <150 °C, but no notable decomposition energy could be observed (<100 J/g). Hence, the test item was considered to be thermally stable at room temperature.

In both studies no OECD guideline was followed. The study of 2015 was chosen as key study because it presented more precise results and the test complied with DIN EN 51007.

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