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No boiling point was observed. At - 101 °C, the test item isononyl benzoate exhibits a glass transition. At ambient pressure of 1003 hPa, the test item decomposes at temperatures above 160 °C.

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The boiling temperature of isononyl benzoate was determined according to EEC-Directive 92/69 EEC, part A, Methods for the determination of physico-chemical properties, A.2 "Boiling temperature", EEC Publication No. L383, December 1992 with differential scanning calorimetry. In a measurement with differential scanning calorimetry a sample of the test item and a reference material are subjected to the same controlled temperature program. The difference in energy input necessary to maintain identical temperatures in the test item and the reference material is recorded. When the sample undergoes a transition involving a change in enthalpy (endothermic on melting or boiling), that change is indicated by a departure from the base line of the heat flow record.

No boiling point was observed. At - 101 °C, the test item exhibits a glass transition. At ambient pressure of 1003 hPa, the test item decomposes at temperatures above 160 °C.