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Description of key information

Physico-chemical properties were determined from experimental testing, or calculated from QSAR. Some endpoints were waived, based on the chemical structure of the two major constituents or experience.

The substance is liquid at ambient temperature, less dense than water, and with low volatility.

In water, the major of the two constituents is 40-50x more soluble than the second one; no surface-active properties are anticipated.

It has low potential for bioaccumulation.

It is NOT classified as dangerous with regard to physical hazards, based on CLP criteria.

Additional information

Summary of relevant physico-chemical properties:




Brown liquid.

Melting point

No freezing or melting observed down to -80°C.

Boiling range

293.4 - 295.3°C (under N2 and 100.2 kPa)

Relative density

d20/20 = 0.9754

Vapour pressure

Constituents (as pure) between 1.01 and 1.10 Pa at 25°C (calculated)

Partition coefficient (log Kow)

Constituents (as pure) between 2.5 and 3.6 (calculated)

Water solubility

Constituents (in parent) between 0.028 and 1.19 g/L at 25°C (calculated)

Surface tension

No structural alert, not a desired property.

Flash Point


Auto-Ignition Temperature


Flammability if contact with air or water

No pyrophoric properties expected, or release of flammable gas.


Unlikely for liquids (method not applicable)

Explosive properties

No potential.

Oxidising properties

No potential.

Self-reactive properties

No potential.

Organic peroxide

No peroxide.