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Melting Point (DTPMP-xNH4): >ca. 393 K. (EU Method A.1)

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A limit melting point of >393K was determined for the substance using a valid read across from the parent acid. A recent, reliable DSC test demonstrates that the anhydrous form of the acid melts with decomposition at ca. 393 K. Salts would be expected to melt at a higher temperature than the acid, and to decompose.