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Based on its flash point of 47.3 °C, Rosemary oil will be classified as a Flammable liquid (Cat. 3, according to CLP criteria).

Rosemary oil is a clear, colourless to pale yellow or greenish yellow liquid, mobile, with a balsamic and camphoraceous odour.

Rosemary oil has a melting/freezing point below -20 °C.

Rosemary oil has a boiling range between 158-210 °C at 1034 hPa.

Rosemary oil has a density range of 0.892 to 0.920.

The initial vapour pressure of Rosemary oil was found to be 225.23 Pa at 25°C. The vapour pressure of the known constituents ranges from 0.06 - 536.0 Pa (QSAR).

The log Kow range for Rosemary oil constituents was found to be 2.85 - 6.30. 32.03% of the substance has a log Kow >= 4.0 (QSAR).

The range of water solubilities for the known constituents of Rosemary oil was found to be 0.54 -1767.3 mg/L at 25°C (QSAR).

The main constituent, 1,8 -cineole has a water solubility > 100 mg/L, 32.05 % of the known constituents in the NCS has a water solubility < 100 mg/L (QSAR).

Rosemary oil has a flash point of 47.3 °C.

The auto ignition temperature of Rosemary oil was determined to be 265 °C at 98925-100666 Pa.

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