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EC number: 201-174-2
CAS number: 79-07-2
In the GLP Klimisch 1 study from Fraczak
(2010), the flamability of Chloroacetamide (MCAM) with a puritiy of >
98% was determined according to EU method A.10. No deviations to the
guideline were observed. After forming the test substance to a row, it
was tried to ignite the test substance with the flame of a burner as a
pre-test. After 5, 15 and 30 seconds the test item did not ignite from
the flame of the burner. The test item was melting during the contact
with the flame of the burner. Since the results are negative, it was not
necessary to go to the next stage of determination.
It can be concluded that Chloroacetamide
(MCAM) is not highly flammable in accordance with the criteria laid out
in the EU testguideline A.10.
fter 5, 15 and 30 seconds the test item did
not ignite from the flame of the burner. The test item was melting
during the contact with the flame of the burner. Since the results are
negative, it was not necessary to go to the next stage of determination.
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