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EC number: 310-013-6
CAS number: 102110-15-6
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by distillation of the products from a steam-cracking process. It consists predominantly of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers of C5 and dicyclopentadiene and boiling in the range of approximately 30°C to 170°C (86°F to 338°F).
Water solubility data were available for 3 streams within this category ranging from 62 to 130 mg/L at 20°C.
The water solubility values for streams in
this category have been taken from proprietary data, study reports and
certificates of analysis.
CAS# 68477-54-3: 108 mg/L at 20°C (Sabic,
1989a); CAS# 101316-62-5: 130 mg/L (Rutgers, 2010b); and CAS#
94733-07-0: Water-soluble to some extent (BASF, 2007a). For 94733-07-0,
different results for the water solubility were found depending on the
amount of test item applied. At sample sizes of ca.
100 mg/L (97.16 to 139.08 mg/L), water soluble fractions of ca. 24% (22
to 27%) were found, while at sample sizes of ca. 1000 mg/L (1104.50 to
1150.00 mg/L), the water soluble fractions were found to be each ca. 5%. This
study appears to indicate that following equilibrium the test substance
is more soluble.
These data will be read across to all
The mean water solubility value is 100 mg/L
at 20°C and this has been used to complete the ‘key value for chemical
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