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EC number: 203-794-9
CAS number: 110-71-4
not explosivenot explosive under influence of flamenot sensitive to shock
Reliable results were obtained from a guideline study performed
according to GLP.
The substance Monoglyme itself has no explosive properties in the
sense of the European Commission regulation (EC) No. 440/2008 method
A14. and in the sense of the EPA Product Properties Test Guideline OPPTS
However, due to the fact that ether functional groups are present
in the molecule it is assumed that the substance is capable of forming
peroxides during storage for longer periods. It is known that primary
and secondary ethers with a CH group next to the ether oxygen form
peroxides. The reaction requires oxygen (e. g. from air) and is
accelerated by light or metal catalysts. Resulting peroxides can be
explosive. Therefore classification according to DSD with R19 (May form
explosive peroxides) is warranted. This corresponds with additional
labelling requirements according to GHS (CLP
supplemental hazard statement): EUH019:
May form explosive peroxides.
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