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EC number: 215-572-9
CAS number: 1332-65-6
The physical and chemical properties of dicopper chloride trihydroxide
are summarised in the following table:
Physical state at 20°C and 101.3 kPa
Colour: Light green.
Decomposition before melting point.
Decomposition at an onset temperature of 240°C.
No boiling point before decomposition.
3.642 ± 0.008 at 20°C.
The substance is an inorganic salt and as such has negligible vapour pressure at environmentally relevant temperatures.
72.2 mN/m at 20°C at 1.1 mg/L concentration.
The material is not surface active.
pH 3.1: >101 g/L (>60.1 g/L as Cu).
pH 6.5: 1.19x10-3 g/L (7.08x10-4 g/L as Cu).
pH 10.1: ≤ 5.25x10-4 g/L (≤ 3.12x10-4 g/L as Cu).
Determined at 20.0 ± 0.5°C.
Partition coefficient n-octanol/water (log value)
The octanol:water partition coefficient, Pow, is defined as the ratio of the equilibrium concentrations of a dissolved substance in each of the phases in a two phase system consisting of octanol and water. It is usually expressed on a log scale. It is a key parameter in studies of the environmental fate of organic substances, indicating the potential for bioaccumulation and soil absorption. However, the mechanisms of absorption of Cu2+ into organic matter and living cells are understood to be different from those traditionally attributed to carbon-based substances and the parameter therefore has little relevance to ionic copper. The parameter is therefore not considered to be relevant to dicopper chloride trihydroxide.
Not required as the substance is solid.
The copper form is inorganic ionic salt or mineral in solid form. Wholly inorganic salts are not combustible or flammable.
Explosive hazards can occur if the exothermic energy of combustion is very high (>500J/g) and rapid. The substance does not decompose in a rapid energetic fashion. DSC data obtained for melting point determination show endothermic events only. The substance is therefore not likely to exhibit explosive properties.
The substance is an inorganic ionic salt or mineral with copper in a high oxidation state. As such this material is not likely to undergo self heating under bulk storage conditions and is unlikely to combust. It is therefore not likely to auto-ignite.
No oxidising properties.
The oxygen is bound up in very stable structural groupings with strong oxygen bonds. The decomposition temperature is also indicating a high energy of activation. Copper oxychloride is considered inert under the conditions of oxidation.
Volume-rated particle size distribution by laser diffraction: D(v,0.1) 4.30 µm; D (v,0.5) 7.37 µm; D(v,0.9) 12.6 µm.
Number-rated particle size distribution by laser diffraction: D(n,0.1) 3.11 µm; D (n,0.5) 4.58 µm; D(n,0.9) 7.60 µm.
Joint registrants that produce or import dicopper chloride trihydroxide corresponding to this specification are able to refer to the Lead Registrant's granulometry data for the purpose of REACH registration.
The material does not fall under the category of nanomaterial (50% < 0.1 µm based on particle number).
The Exposure Scenarios developed under REACH are based on the worst-case assumption that 100% of any material becoming airbourne is respirable.
Stability in organic solvents and identity of relevant degradation products
As stated in the REACH regulations, the study does not need to be conducted if the substance is inorganic.
Copper is a poorly soluble metallic element that can only remain in solution in a totally dissociated ionic state; a non reversible process. Since its solubility is low and it does not exist in solution in an associated state, it does not therefore have a measurable dissociation constant.
Not applicable to solids.
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