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Description of key information

The following results were reported for the boiling point of the substance:
Enviro Control Inc (1980): 205 ºC
Kirk-Othmer: 205 ºC
Merck (2008): >250 ºC
As Kirk-Othmer is considered to be the key study, a boiling point value of 205 ºC is considered appropriate for dibutyltin dilaurate.

Key value for chemical safety assessment

Boiling point at 101 325 Pa:
205 °C

Additional information

The following information is available for this endpoint:

Enviro Control Inc. (1980) Hazard information review-dibutylbis-(lauryloxy)stannane. Draft report IR-113 prepared for TSCA Interagency Testing Committee In: Freij L (ed.) KEMI Report No 11/94, Mono- and Di- Substituted Organotins Used as Plastic Additives, Volume 1. Environmental Hazard Assessment (Walterson E et al.). The Swedish National Chemicals Inspectorate.

Kirk-Othmer (1981) Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology 3rd edition.

Merck (2008) Safety Data Sheet According to Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 (REACH) for dibutyltin dilaurate for synthesis Merck Schuchardt OHG, Hohenbrum, Germany. The Merck Chemical Database Online.

Kirk-Othmer (1981) is a published review of publically available data and so is allocated a Klimisch score of 2 and is considered to be the key study. The other references are allocated a Klimisch score of 4 and so are considered to be supporting studies.