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EC number: 202-853-6
CAS number: 100-44-7
The above results are the explosion limits
for benzyl chloride in air.
The Rossberg handbook also reports the
explosive limits of benzyl chloride in chlorine :
lower explosion limit ca. 6 vol%
upper explosion limit ca. 60 vol%
Data from Handbook: This handbook reports
the following values regarding the explosive limits of benzyl chloride
lower explosive limit : 1.1 vol%
upper explosive limit: 14 vol%
Liquids are classified according to the CLP
regulation n°1272/2008 as flammable liquids if the flash point of the
liquid is inferior or equal to 60°C.
The value assessed for the flash point of
benzyl chloride is superior to this threshold. Therefore benzyl chloride
should not be classified as a flammable liquid.
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