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EC number: 640-509-0 | CAS number: 26621-44-3
1) It can be considered as an endothermic effect from the sample melting, that Oven temperature was a little higher than Sample Temperature when the sample was heated to its melting point.
2) There was no substance in the vessel after the test completed; this could be proved that the sample in the vessel had melted and flowed away from the cribriform vessel.
3) The sample temperature could not reach 400℃ prior to that of the oven until it was heated to its melting point; it could be confirmed that the relative self-ignition temperature was above the melting point.
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