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  • Biodegradable

    Slowly biodegradable (EPI Suite estimation).

  • Low VOC

    Low vapor pressure-VOC solvent (CARB-EPA).

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Product Description:

Item Name:

((Methylethylene)bis(oxy))dipropanol

CAS Number:

24800-44-0

Synonyms:

Tripropylene glycol; Tripropylene glycol mixture of isomers.

Molecular formula:

C9H20O4

Molecular weight, g/mol:

192.255

Relative density @ 25 ºC, g/cm³:

1.021

Purity, wt.%:

Min. 97 (Isomers)

Appearance:

Clear liquid.

Freezing point, ºC:

-30

Flash point, ºC:

141

Flammability:

Non-flammable liquid.

Boiling point, ºC:

271

Autoignition temperature, ºC:

232

Vapor pressure @ 20 ºC, kPa:

0.0013 @ 25 Celsius

Vapor density (air=1):

6.63

Surface tension @ 20 °C, mN/m:

35 (lit.)

Partition coefficient, log Pow:

-0.5

Water miscibility @ 20 ºC, g/L:

Miscible.

Dispersion parameter @ 20 ºC,(cal/cm³)^½:

8.5

Hydrogen-bonding parameter @20 ºC, (cal/cm³)^½:

7.4

Polar parameter @ 20 ºC,(cal/cm³)^½:

3.6

Hildebrand parameter @ 20 ºC,(cal/cm³)^½:

11.8

Solubility (other):

Miscible in methanol and diethyl ether.

Explosive properties:

Not classified.

GHS Classification information:

Not classified as a hazardous product.

Acute health hazards:

Negligible

Chronic health hazards:

Negligible

Environmental hazards:

Negligible

Physical and chemical hazards:

Negligible

VOC properties information:

Low vapor pressure-VOC solvent (CARB-EPA).

Environmental properties information:

Slowly biodegradable (EPI Suite estimation).

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