3.8 (vs air)
0.1 mmHg ( 24 °C)
sodium hydroxide as inhibitor
100 ppm sodium hydroxide as inhibitor (added to bulk material)
n20/D 1.512 (lit.)
92-95 °C/11 mmHg (lit.)
1.04 g/mL at 25 °C (lit.)
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10 - Combustible liquids
203.0 °F - closed cup
95 °C - closed cup
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