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Stability: thermal, sunlight, metals

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The substance is thermally stable, not corrosive to metals, has not self-heating properties and is not self-reactive and no organic peroxide.

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Justification for classification or non-classification

- The substance is thermally stable.

- From the chemical structure it is not to be expected that the substance is corrosive to metals.

-The substance is liquid and is therefore considered as a substance without self-heating properties according to the Guidance document on the Application of the CLP Criteria, as this class is only applicable to solid materials.

- The substance is not self-reactive, based on the results of a differetial thermal analysis, showing a decomposition onset temperature > 250 °C, indicating that the molecule is thermally stable and has SADT > 75 °C.

- The substance shows no chemical groups associated with organic peroxide according to the UN recommendations on the transport of dangerous goods which is cited in the GHS chapter 2.15 the substance is not an organic peroxide.