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EC number: 224-292-6
CAS number: 4292-10-8
The relative self-ignition temperature of C12 AAPB was
investigated in a study conducted according to EU Method A.16 (Relative
Self-Ignition Temperature for Solids). C12 AAPB is a solid substance.
The particles are spherical and porous. C12 AAPB decompose in two steps
between 60 and 260°C. Up to the decomposition temperature (260°C) no
self-ignition temperature was observed..
relative self-ignition temperature of C8 -18 AAPB: no self-ignition temperature observed up to the decompostion temperature (208°C)relative self-ignition temperature of C12 AAPB: no self-ignition temperature observed up to the decomposition temperature (260°C)
In studies conducted according to EU Method A.16 (Relative Self-Ignition
Temperature for Solids), the relative self-ignition temperature of C8
-18 AAPB and C12 AAPB was investigated. Up to the decomposition
temperatures (>=208°C) no self-ignition temperature was observed. All
AAPBs are similar in structure, contain all the same zwitterionic
structure. They differ, however, by their carbon chain length
distribution and the degree of unsaturation (<=20%) in the fatty acid
moiety. The content of minor constituents in all products are comparable
and differ to an irrelevant amount. Based on the available data, it can
be assumed that chain length distribution and degree of unsaturation of
the fatty acid chain have a minor impact on this endpoint.
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