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Based on its physical chemical properties, resorcinol di phosphate can not be classified as hazardous for physical-chemical hazards according to the criteria of Directive 67/548/EEC.

Based on its physical chemical properties, resorcinol di phosphate can not be classified as hazardous for physical-chemical hazards according to the criteria of GHS/CLP regulation 1272/2008/EC.

The substance is a colourless to light yellow liquid.

The melting point of the substance is -31 degrees Celsius.

The boiling point of the substance is > 400 degrees Celsius.

The relative density of the substance is 1,306 at 20 degrees Celsius.

The vapour pressure of the substance is 2,59*10 -3 at 20 degrees Celsius.

The partitioning coefficient of the substance is between < -1.02 to > 6.50.

The water solubility of the substance based on peaks 1, 2, 3 and 4, in reagent water at 20ºC were 10738 ± 145 μg/L , 8.91 ± 1.3 μg/L, < 3.33 μg/L, or < 3.33 μg/L, respectively.

The surface tension of the substance is 48,9 mN/m at 22,3 degrees Celsius.

The flash point of the substance is > 225 degerees Celsius.

The viscosity of the substance is 600 cP at 25 degrees Celsius.