The boiling point of a liquid is defined as the temperature (in K) at which the vapour pressure equals the standard atmospheric pressure 101.325 kPa.The influence of impurities on the boiling point depends greatly upon the nature of the impurity. The methods described in this Test Guideline can be applied to liquid and low-melting substances, provided that they do not undergo chemical change below the boiling point. The methods are: the ebulliometer, the dynamic method, the distillation method, the method according to Siwoloboff, the photocell detection, the differential thermal analysis, the differential scanning calorimetry. The photocell detection and thermal analysis permit the determination of boiling as well as melting temperatures. The dynamic method has the advantage that it can also be applied to the determination of the vapour pressure.
SANTE 2020/12830 Rev.1.
Crustacean Acute: Toxicity Study - Acartia Tonsa or Tisbe battaglia. Determination of acute lethal toxicity to marine copepods.
Corophium volutator acute toxicity
Corophium volutator chronic study
Arenicola marina sediment study
Mysid Acute (Static and Flow Through)
Oyster Embryo Larval Development Test
Mysid Chronic Toxicity Test
Fish: Chronic: Saltwater - Toxicity Study
Algal Acute Marine - Analytical Chemistry
Algal Acute Marine - Growth Inhibition Study
Melting Point/Melting Range
Hydrolysis as a function of pH