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EC number: 439-750-2
CAS number: 183487-56-1
A small endothermic heat effect was observed starting at about 220°C. An
exothermic heat effect started at about 240°C to 400°C (20K/min). After
the experiment, the sample had lost about 37% of its mass and the sample
was black and carbonized. The degradation started at about 240°C. The
test item didn't boil under ambient conditions. A further DSC-run was
recorded as main study between about 25°C and 260°C with a heating rate
of 10K/min. The endothemic reaction was determined to start at about
210°C. This is not due to the melting of the sample because at the end
of the test, the sample was black and carbonized but not melted. The
endothermic heat effect might have been caused by a change in
crystalline structure. During this run, the sample lost 15% of its mass.
T002113 didn't melt under the conditions of the test.
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