|CAS Number||1398-61-4||Molecular Weight||221.20800|
|Density||1.37 g/cm3||Boiling Point||522.4ºC at 760 mmHg|
|Molecular Formula||C8H15NO6||Melting Point||N/A|
|[ Density ]:||1.37 g/cm3|
|[ Boiling Point ]:||522.4ºC at 760 mmHg|
|[ Molecular Formula ]:||C8H15NO6|
|[ Molecular Weight ]:||221.20800|
|[ Flash Point ]:||269.8ºC|
|[ Exact Mass ]:||221.09000|
|[ PSA ]:||119.25000|
|[ Vapour Pressure ]:||0mmHg at 25°C|
|[ Index of Refraction ]:||1.6|
|[ Stability ]:||Stable. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents.|
HEALTH HAZARD DATA
ACUTE TOXICITY DATA
|[ Personal Protective Equipment ]:||Eyeshields;Gloves;type N95 (US);type P1 (EN143) respirator filter|
|[ Hazard Codes ]:||Xi: Irritant;|
|[ Risk Phrases ]:||R22:Harmful if swallowed.|
|[ Safety Phrases ]:||24/25-36-26|
|[ RIDADR ]:||NONH for all modes of transport|
|[ WGK Germany ]:||3|
|[ RTECS ]:||FM6300000|
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