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The onset of weight loss occurred at approx. 215 oC. There were  two  main thermal events at derivative peak values of  219  and  366 oC corresponding to weight loss values of  70.6 and 7.5 %, respectively. A residue remained at  600 oC equivalent to 21.2% of the material. 

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Boiling point at 101 325 Pa:
219 °C

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A thermogravimetric analysis performed according to the ASTM E2550 -07 guideline indicates the test substance decomposes before boiling.

The test material was heated under nitrogen up to  600 oC. Examination of the TGA curve shows that weight loss associated with sample decomposition occurred. The onset of weight loss occurred at approx. 215 oC. There were  two main thermal events at derivative peak values of  219 and  366 oC corresponding to weight loss values of  70.6and 7.5%, respectively. A residue remained at  600oC equivalent to 21.2% of the material.

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