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EC number: 946-433-7
CAS number: -
Based on its physical chemical properties, Petitgrain oil - citrus
aurantium does not need to be classified
as hazardous according to the criteria of Regulation 1272/2008/EC
The substance is a pale yellow liquid at room temperature.
The melting point of the substance is < -80.0 °C. (< 193K)
The boiling temparature: no boiling temperature, reaction and/or
decomposition of the test item at > 100°C (> 373K) was observed
[ Atmospheric pressure: 1003 ± 5 hPa]
The substance has a relative density of 0.887 and the density of the
test item at 20ºC was 0.887 g/cm3 (pycnometer).
The initial vapour pressure of Petitgrain oil citrus aurantium was found
to be 37.50 Pa at 25°C. The vapour pressure of the constituents ranges
from 2.12 to 981.0 Pa (QSAR).
The log Kow range for Petitgrain oil - citrus aurantium constituents was
found to be 3.33 -6.30. 65.0% of the substance has a log Kow >= 4.0
The range of water solubilities for the known constituents of Petitgrain
oil - citrus aurantium was found to be 0.54 - 1767.3 mg/L at 25°C. The
main constituent, Linalyl acetate has a water solubility < 100 mg/L,
70.59% of the NCS has a water solubility < 100 mg/L (QSAR).
Flash point of the substance is 76°C ( equilibrium method).
The auto-ignition temperature of the substance is 260 °C at an
atmospheric pressure between at 997.5 - 1003.09 hPa.
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