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EC number: 212-538-5
CAS number: 824-79-3
One DSC measurement with a heating rate of 10 K/min in an aluminium
crucible with a hole showed three endothermal effects in the temperature
range of 50 - 160 °C and an additional multistage
endothermal effect in the temperature range of 330 - 390 °C. No further
endothermal or exothermal effects were observed up to the final
measuring temperature of 500 °C.
A measurement with the capillary method was performed to clarify the
results of the DSC measurements. Since this measurement was performed
only as a verifying screening a high heating rate of 10 K/min was chosen
and therefore the absolute temperature values derived with the capillary
method are not as accurate as the DSC results.
ln the capillary method the test item appeared partially melted starting
at approx. 69 °C but did not melt completely. lnstead of that, between
approx. 110 °C and 116 °C the test item changed under the formation of
bubbles into a white solid.
The test item had a no melting or boiling point at atmospheric
conditions before decomposition started at approx. 69 °C (presumably
loss of water) or respectively at approx. 200 °C (further decomposition).
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