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GLP Study according to international standard ISO 1183 as referenced in the EU testing guideline A.3.
General Physical Chemistry, Schering AG, Berlin, Study report No. NC59EY10 (APC 86/99), dated 1999-11-05.
Result: relative density at 20°C is 1.254.

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Relative density at 20C:
1.25

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Method

Measurements of the relative density were performed with a pyknometer (50 mL capacity) equipped with a side-arm overflow capillary and a thermometer graduated in 0.1 °C according to the international standard ISO 1183.

n-hexan was used as immersion liquid.

To remove all air from the specimen, the pyknometer partially filled with the specimen and the immersion liquid was evacuated in a desiccator. After breaking the vacuum the pyknometer was removed in a thermostated bath and exactly filled to the limit of capacity with the immersion liquid.

The temperature was kept constant at 20 °C ± 0.01°C using an ultrathermostat

The following equation was used for calculation:       ds= (ms x dIL)/(m1-m2)                                             

ds =  density of the specimen (g/mL)

ms=  mass of the specimen (g)

m1=  mass of the liquid required to fill the pyknometer (g)

m2=  mass of liquid required to fill the pyknometer containing the specimen (g)

dIL=  density of the immersion liquid (g/mL)

Result:

Averaging the results of two experiments gives a relative density at 20 °C (related to water at 4°C) of 1.245.

Physical state of the test substance: solid