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Description of key information

The substance AA 15 is a clear liquid, with a characteristic odour, soluble in water (emulsifyies), with very low vapour pressure.

It is NOT considered as hazardous with regard to physical hazards, based on CLP criteria.

Additional information

Summary of relevant physico-chemical properties of AA 15:




Clear liquid with characteristic odour

Melting point

ca 5°C

Boiling point

Decomposes before boiling point

Relative density

D204= 0.9564

Vapour pressure

< 10-3 Pa at 20°C (from worst-case analogue)

Log Kow

QSAR estimated Log Kow = 3.67 (major constituent)

Transformation products expected in the range 4 - 5.

Water solubility

High apparent solubility, with formation of emulsions.

Critical micelle concentration (CMC) = 36 mg/L (at 21°C)

Surface tension

30.4 mN/m at 20°C (at CMC)


Not a flammable liquid (FP = 164°C)

No flammable properties expected if contact with air or water. No self-heating anticipated.

Explosive properties

No explosive or self-reactive properties (based on chemical structure of known constituents).

Oxidising properties

No oxidising properties. Not a peroxide. (based on chemical structure of known constituents)

 Stability in organic solvents

 No hint for a degradation of test item in acetone, methanol and n-octanol could be found.

 Dissociation constant

 In the environmentally relevant pH range (pH4 to pH9) is the substance neutral form existing


 180 mPa.s at 20°C

Note that the numerical parameters may slightly vary from batch-to-batch, due to the UVCB nature of the substance.