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EC number: 267-956-0
CAS number: 67953-76-8
The test item shows a boiling (and/or
a thermal decomposition with evaporation of the decomposition
components) from a subcomponent (ca. 11 wt. % - possibly water of
crystallisation) earliest at ca. 103°C (at 981 mbar) according to the
definition in the OECD guideline 103.
Boiling point: HEDP-xK is expected
to melt above 450°C
The requirement to test the
boiling point of HEDP-xK was waived because the substance is expected to
have a melting temperature of >450°C (>723 K). This statement is
supported by the evidence from a DSC study which demonstrates that the
anhydrous form of the parent acid (HEDP-H) has a melting temperature of
>450°C. The DSC thermograms show evidence of loss of water at about
See melting point study reported
in IUCLID Section 4.2.
This conclusion is supported by
available data for HEDP-4Na which indicates that the test substance
undergoes loss of water from 103°C at 981 mBar.
In available secondary sources to
which reliability could not be assigned, aqueous solution of HEDP-xK has
a reported initial boiling point of 100°C.
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