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EC number: 271-974-4
CAS number: 68647-86-9
The boiling point of Coconut shell charcoal cannot be determined, because the substance is thermally unstable (i.e. starts to decompose) at temperatures below the melting point.As per REACH Annex 7, paragraph 7.3, the boiling point study does not need to be conducted for substances which decompose before boiling.
shell charcoal is heated, it starts to decompose without melting or
boiling. This is a characteristic of all charring materials.
decomposition is used to characterize coconut shell charcoal in the
‘volatiles’ determination. Typically 10% of weight is lost (not
including the weight loss by drying) when the substance is heated to
900°C. After such a test, the material retains it original shape (e.g.
chunk or powder) and does therefore not melt or boil during the test.
per REACH Annex 7, paragraph 7.3, the boiling point study does not need
to be conducted for substances which decompose before boiling.
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