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The substance is inhomogenous and semi-solid at room temperature. It does not have a well defined density at 25°C. Measurement of density at 90°C is technically not feasible.

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The substance mainly consists of phenol and bisphenol-A. It does not have a well-defined density. The test is therefore technically not feasible. The densities of phenol and bisphenol-A are provided instead. The substance is inhomogenous at ambient temperature. At about 90°C the substance becomes homogenous, but density cannot be measured at this temperature.

The density of phenol is 1.13 g/cm³ at 25°C.

The density of Bisphenol A is 1.2 g/cm³ at 25°C.

Assuming a concentration dependent density function (40% phenol and 60% BPA), the density of this substance can be estimated as 1.17 g/cm³ at 25°C.