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EC number: 203-463-9 | CAS number: 107-11-9
Two individual species variants were identified by the software and presented in the accompanying graph.
QMRF/QPRF Reports are available in the attached full study report.
Table 1. SPARC Output - Species Fraction with Changing pH
A single key study is used to determine the dissociation constant of allylamine:
pKa at 20 °C = 9.7 (SPARC), Carson (2012).
The macro pKa is the pH at which 50% of total 2-propen-1-amine is in the non-ionised form (Species 1), which is 9.70 for allylamine.
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