EPA
           United States
           Environmental Protection
           Agency
           Office of Air Quality
           Planning and Standards
           Research Triangle Park NC 27711
EPA-450/3-85-007
February 1985
           Air
Physical 
Chemical
Properties and
Categorization of
RCRA Wastes
According to
Volatility

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                                EPA-450/3-85-007
Physical   Chemical  Properties and
  Categorization  of RCRA Wastes
         According to Volatility
                     Prepared by:
                  Versar, Incorporated
              Under EPA Contract No. 68-03-3041
                    Prepared for:

           U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
            Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards
            Emission Standards and Engineering Division
           Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711

                    February 1985

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                            TABLE OF CONTENTS

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1.  INTRODUCTION 	    1

    1.1  Background 	    1
    1.2  Purpose and Scope 	    2

2.  METHODOLOGY 	    5

    2.1  Physical-Chemical Properties	    5
    2.2  Data Gathering/Estimation Methods	    8

3.  DATA GATHERING AND CATEGORIZATION RESULTS	   15

    3.1  Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative
         Soil Volatility	   15
    3.2  Categorization of RCRA Wastes According to
         Vapor Pressure	   15
    3.3  Categorization of RCRA Wastes According to
         Aqueous Volatility	   16
    3.4  Categorization of RCRA Wastes According to
         Relative Soil Volatility	   16
    3.5  Diffusion Coefficients of Highly Volatile
         RCRA Wastes 	   17

4.  SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS	   20

5.  REFERENCES 	   22

APPENDIX A.  Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative
             Soil  Volatility of RCRA Wastes	   25

APPENDIX B.  RCRA Waste Categorization Based on Vapor
             Pressure	   67

APPENDIX C.  RCRA Waste Categorization Based on Aqueous
             Volatility	   76

APPENDIX D.  RCRA Waste Categorization Based on Relative
             Soil  Volatility	    85

APPENDIX E.  Diffusion Coefficients In A1r and Water for
             RCRA Wastes Identified as Highly Volatile
             from Water	   93

APPENDIX F.  Diffusion Coefficients In A1r and Water for
             RCRA Wastes Identified as Highly Volatile
             from Soil	   95

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1.        INTRODUCTION
1.1       Background
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of A1r Quality
Planning and Standards (OAQPS) 1s currently Investigating the control of
volatile chemical air emissions from hazardous waste treatment, storage,
and  disposal facilities (TSDFs).  Waste handling practices at these
facilities Include storage and treatment tanks, containers, waste piles,
surface Impoundments, landfills, and land treatment.  As part of this
Investigation OAQPS will assess the risks of volatile chemical air
emissions from TSDFs to human health and the environment and the costs
and  benefits of controlling these releases.  Initial technical
Investigations Include:  (1) TSDF site assessments to collect engineering
data on volatile air emission control practices, (2) monitoring of
volatile air emissions from TSDFs, (3) identification and development of
volatile air emissions models for estimating airborne releases of
chemical substances from TSDFs, and (4) the gathering of health effects
data for volatile chemical wastes.  The chemical substances and waste
streams which are being investigated are those considered hazardous under
the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) of 1976 and  listed in
40 CFR Section 261 Subpart D.
    Currently, almost 500 chemical substances and chemical waste streams
are "listed" as hazardous.  Investigation of the potential air releases
and resulting health risks of all listed RCRA wastes would be  an
extremely time consuming operation.  Furthermore, the RCRA wastes  span
many orders of magnitude in volatility (many of the wastes are
essentially non-volatile), making such an Investigation  even more
cumbersome.  EPA-OAQPS, therefore, must identify those  RCRA wastes which
are highly  volatile and for which further Investigation  is required.
EPA-OAQPS also needs to have  the physical-chemical  properties  related to
volatility  of the  RCRA wastes  identified in order to support future

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modeling efforts.  This document reports on the results "of gathering the
physical-chemical properties of the RCRA wastes and the Identification of
those wastes handled at the various types of TSDFs which can be
considered highly volatile.
1.2      urpose and Scope
    The purpose of this document 1s to present (1) the physical-chemical
properties of the RCRA wastes related to volatility and (2) a waste
categorization scheme based on the volatility of RCRA wastes from TSDFs.
The physical-chemical properties were gathered and/or estimated to
support the volatility categorization scheme.  They are also presented to
support future EPA-OAQPS air emission modeling Investigations by
providing the basic necessary modeling input parameters.
Physical-chemical properties of RCRA wastes presented include:

       Molecular weight
       Boiling point
       Vapor pressure
       Solubility
       Log P (i.e., octanol/water partition coefficient)
       Henry's constant
       Relative soil volatility
Diffusion coefficients in air and water and water phase mass transfer
coefficients are also presented for RCRA wastes which were identified as
being highly volatile.
    The waste categorization scheme is presented to support EPA-OAQPS
efforts in identifying those RCRA wastes that are highly volatile and for
which future monitoring, modeling, and health effects information
gathering will be undertaken.  The volatility categorization scheme is
divided into three parts as follows:
      Volatility of pure substances
      Volatility from aqueous solutions
       Volatility from soil
This approach was necessary because a substance's volatility depends on
the conditions under which it is handled at a TSDF.  While a pure

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chemical waste may be highly volatile, It's volatility may be
significantly reduced when present In an aqueous condition or in soil.
The three volatility categorizations are presented to represent the
various types of waste handling practices performed at TSDFs:  storage
and treatment of pure substances 1n containers and storage tanks,
treatment and/or storage of wastes In lagoons or surface Impoundments,
and treatment, storage, and disposal of wastes 1n soil systems (e.g,
landfills, land treatment).  Each categorization scheme 1s divided Into
four levels of chemical waste volatility as follows:

    1. Highly volatile
    2. Moderately volatile
    3. Slightly volatile
    4. Non-volatile
    The RCRA wastes Investigated, as previously mentioned, are those
listed In 40 CFR Section 261 - Subpart D - List of Hazardous Wastes.
This 11st specifically Includes wastes that are coded as Ps and Us and
Individual metals that are coded as Ds.  Generic waste streams that are
coded as Ks, Fs, and Ds are listed but no physical-chemical property data
is presented.  Available information on the chemical constituents of
these waste streams, however, is presented.  For physical-chemical
properties and volatility categorization of a chemical constituent in a
generic waste stream, the Investigator must refer to the chemical
specific information presented for its appropriate, P, U, or D waste
code.  Chemical specific data may be used to approximate a chemicals'
volatility behavior in a complex waste solution.  Actual volatility of a
chemical waste in complex solutions or mixtures is dependent on
physical-chemical interactions of solution constituents.  Calculation of
the volatility of the generic waste stream constituents is a complex and
time consuming operation requiring the use of activity coefficients which
are generally unavailable for most RCRA wastes.  Chemical-specific
volatility data (I.e., volatility of pure substance and volatility  in
water and soil systems) must currently be used, therefore, to approximate
a constituent's behavior in complex generic waste streams.

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    This report 1s divided Into six sections.   Following this
Introduction, details on the methodology used  for gathering and/or
estimating physical-chemical properties and for categorizing the RCRA
wastes are presented (I.e., Section 2).  Data  gathering and
categorization results are discussed 1n Section 3.   Section 4 summarizes
the results and presents recommendations for additional Investigation,
and Section 5 lists all references used In the task effort.  Finally, all
gathered data, physical-chemical property estimates, and waste
categorization results are presented 1n the Appendix to this report.

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2.        METHODOLOGY

    The following subsections describe the procedures used for gathering

and/or estimating the physical-chemical properties of the RCRA wastes
(Section 2.1) and the methodology used for categorizing the RCRA wastes
according to volatility (Section 2.2).  An overview of the required
physical-chemical parameters including their relationship to volatility

is also provided in Section 2.1.

2.1      Physical-Chemical Properties

    The primary physical-chemical properties of RCRA wastes required to
support a waste volatility categorization scheme are the waste's vapor
pressure, solubility in water, Henry's law constant, relative soil
volatility, and molecular weight.  Following is a review of each of the
properties and their relationship to a substance's volatility:


    Vapor Pressure - This is defined as the pressure exerted by a gas
    when in equilibrium with Its non-gaseous phase.  Vapor pressure
    provides an Indication of the escaping tendency of molecules from
    pure liquids or solids.  A high vapor pressure implies low attractive
    forces between molecules in the liquid or solid and a high number of
    molecules being emitted into the vapor phase.  These substances are
    considered volatile.  Liquids with strong attractive forces,
    therefore, have low vapor pressures and are considered nonvolatile.
    Consequently, vapor pressure 1s an excellent indicator of emissions
    from pure substances.  However, when liquids are mixed, vapor
    pressure does not provide an accurate means of estimating emissions
    of a single compound because of the additional interaction between
    the various types of molecules.

    Solubility - This is defined as the total mass of a substance that
    will dissolve in a solvent (usually water) at a given temperature and
    pressure.  The solubility of a substance affects the rate at which
    molecules of the substance will escape from a liquid via
    vaporization.  Substances with high vapor pressures and low
    solubilities will readily vaporize from solution.  Conversely,
    substances with high water solubilities and low vapor pressures will
    tend to remain in solution or be nonvolatile.  The solubility of a
    substance is a required input to the calculation of Henry's law
    constant which is described below.

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Henry's Law Constant - This 1s defined as  the ratio of  the partial
pressure of the solute gas (I.e.,  the Impurity or pollutant)  divided
by the mole fraction of the gas 1n solution (Slenko and Plane 1966).
By taking Into account partial pressure and solubility, Henry's law
constant (H)  gives an Indication of the tendency of molecules to
escape from a solution.

Henry's law constants provide some Insight Into the volatilization
rate controlling processes.  This  constant is the best  indicator of a
compound's volatility.  Some generalizations on the relationship
between Henry's law constant and the emissions rate of  compounds in
an aqueous solution are given below (Lyman et al 1982):

     H < 10"^ atm-mVmol.  The substance  1s less volatile than
      water,  and its concentration will increase as water evaporates;
      it is essentially nonvolatile.

     10~7 < H < 10" 5 atm-m3/mol.   The substance slowly
      volatilizes; the rate 1s controlled  by slow molecular diffusion
      through air.

     10,-5 < H < ID,-3 atm-m3/mol.   Volatilization starts to
      become a significant transfer mechanism; this range includes
      most polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and halogenated aromatics.

     H >' 10~3 atm-m3/mol   Substances may be released  in
      significant quantities; resistance from the water film is the
      rate controlling process.

These criteria will be the basis of the aqueous volatility
categorization of the RCRA wastes  (see Section 3.3 and  Appendix C).

Molecular Weight - The molecular weight is indicative of the size of
the molecule of a chemical waste.   Molecular size affects the rate  at
which a chemical will diffuse through a medium (I.e., air, water, and
soil).  The molecular weight of a  chemical waste is a required input
to the calculation of the waste's  ability  to volatilize from soil as
described below.

Relative Soil Volatility - The actual rate of volatilization of a
substance from soil (e.g., landfills) depends upon the  amount of the
substance in the soil as well as soil type, soil water  content, vapor
pressure, molecular weight, and diffusivity (described  later) of the
substance, air flow rate over the surface, humidity, and
temperature.  Assuming all factors being equal except molecular
weight and vapor pressure, a substance's relative volatility from
soil  is controlled by the  soil water content.  Essentially two
different volatilization processes occur depending on whether  the

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    soil  1s dry or wet.   In a dry soil  column,  the chemical  waste Is
    assumed to move up the soil  column  via the  air pockets within the
    soil.   In a wet soil  column,  the chemical waste 1s transported from
    the soil body to the  surface  by capillary action,  sometimes referred
    to as  the wick effect.  In other words, the soil  column acts as a
    wick,  and water contaminated  with a chemical  waste moves up the
    capillaries of the wick to replenish the contaminated water at the
    top of the column that 1s lost by evaporation.  These types of
    transport mechanisms  and methods for calculating  relative wet and dry
    soil  volatility are further discussed In Section  2.2.

    Diffusion Coefficient - The diffusion coefficient 1s a measure of the
    molecular diffusion or net transport of a  molecule In a liquid or gas
    medium and 1s a result of Intermolecular collisions rather than
    turbulence or bulk transport.  The  process  Is promoted by gradients,
    such  as pressure, temperature, and  concentration.   The rate of
    diffusion 1s a function of the properties  of  the  chemical of interest
    and the medium through which  it is  being transported.  Diffusion
    coefficients are not  a required parameter  for the categorization
    scheme used 1n this report; however, they  are required values for
    actual calculation of a chemical's  mass transfer  from a TSDF site.
    Diffusion coefficients will be required in  future EPA-OAQPS air
    emissions modeling efforts and are, therefore, provided in this
    report for those compounds considered highly  volatile from soil and
    aqueous solutions (see Section 3.5  for further discussion).

    Values for the above  properties, except diffusion coefficients (as
discussed), were required for the categorization  of the RCRA wastes

according to volatility.   Additional properties were also required such
as boiling point and octanol/water partition coefficients (i.e., Log P)

when experimental values  were not available in  the literature; these

required  estimation via the use of these properties.   Data gathering and
estimation methods for the above properties are discussed in the next

subsection.

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2.2      Data Gathering/Estimation Methods
    Experimental  values for vapor pressure,  solubility,  and Henry's
constant for the  approximately 500 "listed"  RCRA wastes  were gathered
from the readily  available scientific literature.  Literature sources
used to gather experimental property data are listed 1n  the reference
section of this document.   All the experimental  data were normalized to
ambient temperature (I.e., at 25C) before being recorded.   Where
experimental data were lacking, property values  were estimated via the
use of the EPA-Off1ce of Toxic Substance's Graphical Exposure Modeling
System (GEMS).  GEMS 1s a  computerized data  base which Includes
physical-chemical property estimation methods.   The principal component
of GEMS accessed  for this  effort was the CHEMEST system.  CHEMEST Is a
computerized version of the estimation methods  presented 1n the Handbook
of Chemical Property Estimation Methods (Lyman  et al. 1982).  The
specific approach for gathering and/or estimating values for
physical-chemical properties 1s discussed below according to the specific
property:

    Vapor Pressure - Vapor pressures at 25C of  the RCRA wastes were
    obtained from the experimental literature.   Vapor pressures gathered
    at temperatures other  than 25C were estimated at 25C using the
    Clauslus-Clapeyron equation:

       in  P2   =  *Hv 
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Correlation (for liquids and solids 1n the vapor pressure range of
10~7 to 760 mm of Hg) was used.   Boiling points for estimating
vapor pressures were gathered from the experimental literature or
estimated via CHEMEST using the  Miessner Method (Lyman et al. 1982).
The relative error 1n estimated  vapor pressures using the methods of
Lyman et al. 1s reported as 0 to 3 percent.  The approximate error in
boiling points estimated via the Miessner Method 1s 0 to 5 percent.

Solubility - Experimental solubility values were also gathered from
the scientific literature.  Where experimental values were lacking,
the solubility of the RCRA wastes were estimated from Log Kow
(octanol-water partition coefficients) via standard regression
equations in CHEMEST.  Log Kow's were obtained from Hansch and Leo
(1979) or estimated based on molecular structure using the CLOGP
program in GEMS.  CLOGP is a computerized version of a fragment
additivlty method for Log Kow presented in Lyman et al.  (1982).
The approximate error in estimated solubility values is  reported as
between 0 and 10 percent.  Estimated log Kow values have an
approximate error of  0.12 log  Kow units.

Henry's Law Constant - Values for Henry's law constant (H) were also
gathered from the experimental literature.  In general,  however,
values were extremely limited and the majority of the RCRA wastes
required estimation of H values.  The procedure used for estimating
values of H is as follows (Lyman et al. 1982);

     H = Pvp
where
     PVD = vapor pressure at 25C 1n atm.
       S = solubility in water at 25C in mol/m3.
For compounds with extremely high solubilities or those compounds
described as "miscible", a solubility value of 106 mg/1 was assumed
when estimating H.  In practical theory, the solubility of an
Infinitely miscible substance is the weight of one liter of the
substance.  As most of the miscible RCRA wastes have densities close
to that of water (i.e., 0.8 to 1.2 g/ml), the use of 106 mg/1 is a
reasonable value for expressing mlscibility and estimating H.
Obviously, the use of this value will result in the introduction of
significant error in estimated H values.,  This indeterminate error,
however, is not considered to significantly affect the relative
categorization of the RCRA wastes.

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    The methods discussed above are state-of-the-art procedures for
estimating solubility,  vapor pressure,  and Henry's constant.   Calculation
of relative soil volatility required the development of a procedure
specific to available data.  Calculation of actual soil volatilization
rates depends on concentrations of the  waste 1n soil, data which 1s
unknown and specific to each TSDF.  Relative volatility, however, from
both wet and dry soils, may be approximated by modifying standard
equations for calculating actual wet and dry soil  chemical volatilization
rates.  Several methods have been developed to estimate the volatility of
a compound from nonaqueous environments.  They vary widely 1n application
and difficulty of calculation; however, most methods are based on a
diffusion coefficient (the measure of a compound's ability to migrate
through a vapor, liquid, or solid).  Furthermore,  as previously
discussed, these methods can be divided Into two major groups:  (1) dry
soil column methods and (2) wet soil column methods with water flux
transport.
    The methods selected for modification to calculate relative soil
volatility were extracted from Lyman et al. (1982).  They are
straightforward and are also recommended above other methods evaluated by
Lyman et al. during development of the  physical-chemical properties
estimation handbook.   The methods and  their modification to derive a
relative dry and wet soil volatility are as follows:

    Method 1 (dry soil  column) (Hamaker Method as presented In W. L.
    Lyman et al.  Handbook of Chemical  Property Estimation Methods 1982):
       Qt = 2c0%/Dt/ir                                           (1)
    where
       Qt = total loss  of chemical per unit area over  some time t (M/l2)
       c0 = Initial concentration of chemical in soil  (M/L^)
        D = diffusion coefficient of vapor through the soil (L2/T)
        ir = 3.14159.
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In this equation, c  1s unknown; however, 1t can be assumed that
the soil air space 1s saturated with the vapor of the chemical
waste.  By assuming the vapor behaves as an Ideal gas, one can apply
the Ideal gas law:

   PV = nRT                                                 (2)
where
   P = pressure (mm Hg)
   V = volume (1)
   n = number of moles
   R = universal gas constant (mm Hg-l/mole-cK)
   T = temperature (K).
The expression for equilibrium vapor concentration with P  , vapor
pressure at 25C, as the only variable follows:
equilibrium                          =      p               (
  vapor                      	             VP
concentration                 V              RT
  (EVC)
In this equation, R and T are constants; therefore,
N (or c0) = KPvp  .                                          (4)
V
Substituting equation (4) 1n equation (1) yields
   Ot = 2Kpvp v/ Dt/ir                                       (5)
In this equation, 2, K, and t/ir are constants and are assumed to be
a common factor for all RCRA wastes.  They can, therefore, be
eliminated from further calculation.  Equation (5) then reduces to:
   Qt   Kl pvpv/D
(relative)
Furthermore, according to Dalton's Law, diffusion coefficients are
Inversely proportional to the reciprocal of the square roots of
molecular weights under fixed conditions.  This relationship can be
written:
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                                                            (7)
where
    Dy = diffusion coefficient of RCRA waste
    Dx = measured diffusion coefficient of compound x
   MWX = molecular weight of compound x
   HWV = molecular weight of compound y (I.e.,  the RCRA waste of
         Interest).
In this equation, Ox and MWX are also constants,  therefore:

 D  =  1C
                                                             8)
or
   Dy = K2MW-1/2 .

Substituting the above Into equation (6)  yields
   Qt  =  K1pvp\/K2MW-1/2 .                                  (10)
( relative)

or

   Qt  =  K3Pvp MW-1/4 .                                     (11)
(relative)

Finally, since 1(3 is constant for all RCRA wastes,  equation (11)
reduces to:

   Qt  =  Pvp MW-1/4                                        (12)
( relative)

This equation permits the calculation of the relative volatility of

RCRA wastes from dry soil.

Method 2 (wet soil column) (Hamaker Method as presented in W.J. Lyman
et al. Handbook of Chemical  Property Estimation Methods, 1982):


Qt =  PVP        v       (fu)v +  c(f )                    (13)
     -*       -            w v       w
                U
         0       H 0
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where

       fw = loss of water per unit area (M/L2)
      Pvp = vapor pressure of chemical
     P^I2Q = vapor pressure of water
       Dv = diffusion coefficient of chemical 1n air (L2/T)
     OH20 = diffusion coefficient of water vapor 1n air (L2/T)
    sub V = loss of vapor
    sub L = loss of liquid
        c = concentration of chemical 1n soil solution (M/M).

    In this equation, the following parameters are assumed constant for

    all RCRA wastes; P^, D^, fw, and c.  Therefore,

    equation (13) can be written as follows:


  .  A. =N    Pvp       v       K, +  K.  (K,)                 (14)
  (relative)   -rr-*-       z       3     4   5'
               Kl         K2

    or

         Qt   =   KPvpDy -i- KX                                    (15)
     (relative)

    According to Dalton's Law as discussed 1n the dry  soil column method;

    (see equations  (7), (8), and (9));
    Dv    '   Kv
    Therefore, via substitution, equation  (14) can be written  as:

         Q.  =  K  P    K    +  KX                               ('
          t         vp __v
     (relative)
or
          )t  .  K  P     + K                                     (17)
      relative)
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    Finally, since the constants are assumed to be the same for all RCRA

    wastes, equation (17) reduces to:
    This equation permits the calculation of the relative volatility of
    RCRA wastes from wet soil.


Other approaches using soil volatilization estimation methods may also

have been developed; however, only minor refinements 1n relative soil

volatility estimates would be obtained.   It is believed that the

approaches discussed essentially result  in the identification of those

RCRA wastes which will be highly volatile from TSDF soil  systems (e.g.,

landfills and land treatment).


    Diffusion coefficients (in  air and water) - Diffusion coefficients of
    RCRA wastes in air and water were gathered or estimated for only
    those chemicals considered  highly volatile in water and soil systems
    (see results in Section 3).  As with the other physical-chemical
    properties, experimental values for  diffusion coefficients were
    gathered from the scientific literature.  Where experimental data
    were lacking, coefficients  were calculated via the methods presented
    in Lyman et al. (1982).  For diffusion coefficients in air, the
    Fuller, Schettler, and Giddlngs Method was used.  For diffusion
    coefficients in water the Hayduk and Laudle method was used.  Details
    on both methods are described completely in Lyman et al. (1982).
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3.       DATA GATHERING AND CATEGORIZATION RESULTS
3.1       Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility
    Experimental and estimated values for molecular weight, vapor
pressure, solubility, Henry's constant, and relative wet and dry soil
volatility of the "listed" RCRA wastes are presented 1n Appendix A.
Boiling points and octanol/water partition coefficients are also listed
1n Appendix A, however, only when required to estimate vapor pressure and
solubility, respectively.   Literature references for experimental and/or
estimated values are listed 1n the footnote to Appendix A.  The comments
section of the table for each chemical provides reasons where no data are
recorded.
    No data are presented for generic waste streams coded K, F, and 0
(except Individual toxic metals and pesticides).  Available Information
on the constituents of the generic waste streams 1s, however, presented
under comments.  Physical-chemical properties of a specific waste stream
constituent can be obtained by referring to the data under the
chemical-specific P or U waste stream code.
3.2      Categorization of RCRA Wastes According to Vapor Pressure
    The ambient vapor pressure, as discussed In Section 2.1, provides a
good indication of a pure substances volatility.  Ambient vapor pressure,
therefore, may be used to Indicate relative waste volatility as a result
of spills and leaks of pure chemical wastes from storage tanks and
containers at TSDFs.
    All RCRA wastes were ranked according to ambient vapor pressure and
then categorized into four volatility groups as follows:

      Highly volatile wastes - those with ambient vapor pressures above
       10 torr.
      Moderately volatile wastes - those with ambient vapor pressures in
       the 10~3 to 10 torr range.
      Slightly volatile wastes - those with ambient vapor pressures in
       the 10-5 to 10-3 torr range.
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      Nonvolatile wastes - those with ambient vapor pressures below
       10-5 torr.
Results of the categorization are presented 1n Appendix B.

3.3      Categorization of RCRA Wastes According to Aqueous Volatility
    Values of Henry's constant were used to categorize the  RCRA wastes
according to aqueous volatility.  Henry's constant, as discussed 1n
Section 2.1, Indicates a chemical's propensity to volatilize from aqueous
solution.  Henry's constant, therefore, may be used to Indicate relative
volatility of wastes under aqueous conditions, such as volatilization
from Impoundments, at TSDFs.
    All RCRA wastes were ranked according to values of Henry's constant
and then categorized into four volatility groups as follows (Lyman et al.
1982):

      Highly volatile wastes - values of Henry's constant  above 1C,-3
      Moderately volatile wastes - values of Henry's constant below
                                    10-3 to 10-5
      Slightly volatile wastes - values of Henry's constant below Id-5
                                  to 10-7
      Nonvolatile wastes - values of Henry's constant below 1Q-7
Results of the categorization are presented in Appendix C.
3.4      Categorization of RCRA Wastes According to Relative Soil
         Volatility
    Derivation of relative soil volatility values  is discussed  in Section
2.2.   Relative soil  volatility may be used to indicate a chemical wastes
propensity to volatilize from TSDF landfills and land treatment systems.
All RCRA wastes were  ranked according to relative  soil volatility values
and then categorized  into four  classes as follows:
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      Highly volatile - Relative soil  volatility greater than 1
      Moderately volatile - Relative soil  volatility from 1  to 10~3
      Slightly volatile - Relative soil  volatility from 10"3 to 1C.-6
      Nonvolatile - Relative soil volatility below 1Q-6
Results of the relative soil volatility categorization are presented 1n
Appendix D.
3.5      Diffusion Coefficients of Highly Volatile RCRA Wastes
    Diffusion coefficients 1n air and water for a subset of those RCRA
wastes identified as highly volatile from water and soil were gathered
from the scientific literature or estimated by the methods discussed in
Section 2.2.  Diffusion coefficients are presented to support future
EPA-OAQPS air emission modeling efforts for TSDFs.  Data were gathered
for only a subset of highly volatile RCRA wastes due to the financial and
manpower limitations of the task effort.   Values for diffusion
coefficients in air and water for RCRA wastes identified as highly
volatile from water are presented in Appendix E.
    Also presented in Appendix E are values for the estimated water phase
mass transfer coefficients.  Overall water phase mass transfer
coefficients (K ) were calculated based on the values of Henry's
constant for the subset of highly volatile wastes.  The values were
calculated using the Southworth Equation presented in Lyman et al .
(1982).  In general, the Southworth equation can be used for calculating
the overall liquid-phase mass transfer coefficient of chemicals:

         (H/RT) k  k,
    K,  -         g  ]                                           (1.1)
     L
         (H/RT) k
where
     kg = gas-phase exchange coefficient
     k-j = liquid-phase exchange coefficient
     H  = Henry's law constant at desired temperature
     R  = gas constant = 8.2 x 10~5 atm-m3/mol
     T  = desired temperature in K.
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Equations for computing the values k  and k,  are presented 1n Lyman
et al. (1982).  Different equations are recommended depending upon the
molecular weight and Henry's law constant of  the chemical  and wind speed
assumed to prevail at the site.
    The value of the Henry's law constant for all chemicals for which
                                     -3      3
K.  was calculated was greater than 10   atm-m /mol.  For chemicals
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having a value for Henry's constant of 10   atm-m /mol  or  greater,
the resistance of the water film dominates by a factor  of  at least ten
and the mass transfer 1s liquid  phase controlled (Lyman et al. 1982).
Therefore, the overall liquid-phase mass transfer coefficient, K   is
equal to the liquid-phase exchange coefficient, k., or

    KL = k] for H > 10~3 atm-m3/mol.
Consequently, only the liquid-phase exchange  coefficients  needed to be
calculated In order to determine the overall  liquid-phase  mass transfer
coefficient.  Two equations were used to compute K  (or k..).  The
following equation was used to compute k, for chemicals having a value
for molecular weight of less than 65:

    k] = 20 v/40/MW
where MW = molecular weight.  The equation,
                              \
     kl ' 23'51   Vcurr
                       0.969
                    0.673
        0.526  (V. .    -  1.9)
'32/MW  eu-Jtu  v  wind
where
    Vcurr = current velocity (m/sec)
    Vw1nd = w'Snd velocity (m/sec)
        Z = depth of water (m)
was used to compute k, for chemicals having a value for molecular
weight of greater than 65.  For all calculations a wind speed,
of 3 meters/second, (I.e., average wind speed), a current velocity,
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V     of 0.01 m/s (I.e., negligible current), and a depth, Z, of 1
meter, was assumed.  These assumptions were considered to be a reasonable
simulation of a TSDF waste Impoundment or lagoon.
    Values for diffusion coefficients 1n air and water for a subset of
RCRA wastes Identified as highly volatile from soil are presented in
Appendix F.  Soil volatilization rates (i.e., mass transfer coefficients)
are not, however, presented.  Calculation of soil volatilization rates
requires knowledge of the concentration of the RCRA waste in soil.  The
rate, therefore, must be developed on a TSDF site-specific basis when
modeling volatile emissions.  Methods for calculating soil volatilization
rates are presented in Lyman et al. (1982).
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4.        SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS
    This document 1s a comprehensive catalog of physical-chemical
properties of hazardous wastes currently regulated under RCRA.   It
specifically provides waste properties related to potential air emissions
of  the wastes from TSDFs.  As a catalog of physical-chemical properties
related to volatile air emissions, this report should prove to  be a
valuable reference guide for supplying required data 1n EPA-OAQPS's
future TSDF air emission modeling efforts.  The waste volatility
categorization scheme also provides a useful guide for Identifying
whether a specific waste will volatilize from a TSDF and potentially
present a health risk to the surrounding community.  Furthermore, the
waste volatility categorization scheme presents a format for the
development of future TSDF waste-specific regulatory controls.
    The data presented 1n this report should be used with the knowledge
that a significant number of property values were estimated.  In
particular, Henry's constant (H)  required estimation for the majority of
the RCRA wastes.  For certain wastes, estimation of boiling points, vapor
pressures, and solubilities was also  required.  While the estimation
procedures used are considered state-of-the-art, errors are inherent in
the estimated values.  Values presented for relative soil volatilities
are unltless values; they should  only be used for comparing relative
volatilities of RCRA wastes from  wet  and dry soil.  They were derived
specifically for this task from documented  soil volatilization  rate
formulas.  It should also be noted  that other sources of experimental
property values are available; experimental values were not obtained as  a
result of an exhaustive  literature  search.  The experimental reference
sources used were those  readily available or those that could be
Identified and accessed within the  labor and financial  resources
available to the task effort.
    While the data presented  1n this  report are essentially complete and
fulfill the  requirements of the task  objectives,  several areas  of  future
work are  recommended.  Recommendations  for  future work  include:
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Estimation of additional  gas and liquid phase diffusion
coefficients and water phase mass transfer coefficients for highly
volatile and moderately volatile RCRA wastes.  This report only
presents these values for a subset of the highly volatile RCRA
wastes because of the time and budgetary restraints of the task
effort.

Identify, gather, and estimate additional physical-chemical
properties (e.g., saturation vapor concentration, molar density of
chemical vapor, atomic diffusion volume) for the RCRA wastes
required as Input parameters for TSDF airborne emissions models.
This effort should follow final EPA-OAQPS selection of applicable
air dispersion models.

Investigate volatility of waste constituents from complex waste
streams (e.g., generic waste streams coded K, D, and F).
Intermolecular forces of waste stream constituents affect the
volatilization behavior of the constituents.  This effort would
require the gathering and/or estimation of activity coefficients
for each of the RCRA wastes.  The activity coefficient is a
correction factor compensating for non-Ideal behavior and is
invaluable in  calculations involving multi-component phase
equilibria.

Identify and gather  chemical constituent  information,  including
concentration  ranges, of generic waste  streams.  Extremely  useful
sources of Information on generic waste  stream  constituents  are
the Hazardous  Waste  Background  Documents  prepared  by  EPA  -  Office
of Solid Waste as required  under RCRA.
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Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical  Properties and Relative  Soil  Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Waste
Code Waste Name
U001 Acetaldehyde
U002 Acetone
11003 Acetonitrile
U004 Acetophenone
U005 2-Acetylaminofluorene
U006 Acetyl chloride
U007 Acrylamide
U008 Acrylic acid
U009 Acrylonitrile
U010 Mitomycin C
1)011 Amilrole
UOI2 Aniline
11013 Asbestos
U014 Auraniine
	 . _ , _ 	  	
Vapor
Molecular Boiling Pressure
Weight Point* 9 25C
(g/mol) CC) (im Hg)
44 20.8 922.57
58 56.2 200.1
41 81.6 100
120 202 0 49
223 345 2.1x10-'
79 52 317
71 87 V 2m 0.0328
72 141.6 4.24
53 77.4 97.2
334 377 4.1x10-*
84 V 159 HA
93 184 0.8537
See Note
304 HA HA

Solubility Relative Relative
in I^O Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
log P* f 25C Constant Volatility Volatility
(mg/1) (aUiMirVmol) P^MM"'74 PwpMtr'/2
insoluble  360 139
-0.24 2.3x10* 6.8x10-* 720 26.3
-0.34 2.2x10* 2.47x10"* 40 15.6
5,500 1.41XKT5 1.5x10-' 4.5xr*
3.255 140 4.4x10-' 5.4x10-* 1.4xl(r*
reacts  108 35.7
with water
1.55 205,000 1 49x10-* l.lxW* 3.9xlO-3
misclble 4.0x10-' 1.4 5.0x10-'
-0.92 73.500 9.2XUT5 360 13.4
-0.38 72 2.5x10-' 9.4xlO~9 2.2x10-*
See See   
Note Note
0.90 34,000 3.0710-* 2.7x10-' 8.9xUrz

HA

Reference/Comments
1
1.*
1.*
1, 4
2
1, 2, 5 (Reacts with water)
3. 6
1
4. 6
2
9, log P cannot be estimated
to derive solubility
1, 3, 6
Mineral of various compositions
and properties.
7, Solubility and vapor pressure
cannot be estimated for
or gano metal lies

                      iw,.,,,.. r,,o,:.:,,,o  a .''ST   pstinvitcd via  extrapolation from experimental  value.

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                                              Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Hastes
U.I-UC
Code Waste Name
U015 Azaserine
U016 3,4-Benzacridine
U017 Benzalchloride
UOI8 1,2 Benzanthracene
11019 Benzene
U020 Benzenes Ifonyl chloride
ro
CT> U021 Benzidme
U022 BenzoC a Jpyrene
U0?3 Benzotrichloride
U024 Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane
U025 Oichloroethyl ether
U026 Chlornaphazine
11027 Bis(2-chloroisopropyl) ether
110,18 Bis(2 elhylhexyDphthatate
	
Vapor
Molecular Boiling Pressure
Weight Point* 3 25C Log P*
(g/mol) ("C) (im Hg)
\n 290 O.lZSxlO-3 See
Note
229 419 8x10-' 4.565
161 205 0.327 2.815
228 435 10-' 5.61
78 80.1 101** 2.13
1JJ 252 0.04**
184 402 IxlO-5 1-34
252 310-312  1.9x10-' 5.835
10m
196 221 0.157 2.92
,23 181 0.875 0.469
143 178 1.4
268 210 4.5xlO-6 3.69
eSnro
171 187 0.85 2.58
390 384 1.38XKT5 9.8

Solubility
in H^O Henry's
0 25C Constant
(mg/1) (atm-nrVmol)
See
Note
0.035 7x10-'
410 1 7xUT4
S.BxlO'3 3.4x10-'
1.780 S.SxlO-3
Reacts
with water
1,550 1.91x10-
0.047 1.38xlO~*to
4.16x10-'
360 1.12x10-*
510.000 2.77x10-'
10,200 2.58xlfl-5
57 2 BxlO"8
19 1.03xl0^4
2.7xlO~5 26 6

Relative
Dry Soil
Volatility
PvpHr'/<
3.3X10-5
2.1x10"'
9.2X10'2
2.6X10-1'
34.3
l.lxlO'2
2.7x10-*
4.8x10-"
4.2X10'2
2.6x10-'
4.1x10-'
l.lxlO-6
2.4x10''
3.2xlO-6

Relative
Wet Soil
VolalilUy
PvpT'/2
9.5x10-*
5.3x10-"
2.6x10-2
6.6xlfl-2
11.4
3.0xlO"3
7.4x10-'
1.2x10-"
1 . lxKr2
7.9xlQ-2
1.2x10-'
2.7x10-'
6.5xHT2
7.0x10-'

Reference/Comments
2. Log P cannot be estimated
to derive solubility
1
1
1
**VP = 76 f 20*C; 60 f 15*C
1, 6, 23. 30 (H * experimental)
**VP = 10 t \20C
1 (Reacts with water)
3. 6
2, 30
2. 6
1
3
2
1
2

*Pre-Jcnti-d onlv if required for olher calculations.
                                                                    *Vapor pressure ^ 2bC   estiiruled via exl.apulalion  (run experimental  value.

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Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil  Volatility of ROW Hastes
Waste
Code Waste Name
U029 Bromomethane
U030 4-Bronophenyl phenyl ether
U031 n-Butanol
U032 Calcium chromate
U033 Carbonyl fluoride
U034 frichloroacetaldehyde
U035 Chlorambucil
11036 Chlorodane, tech.
U037 Chlorobenzene
U038 tthyl 4.4'-dichlorobenzilate
U039 4 Chloro m-cresol
U041 l-Chloro-2,3 epoxypropane
U042 2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether
11043 Elhene, chloro-
11044 Chloroform
	 	 - - 	
Vapor Solubility Relative Relative
Molecular Boiling Pressure in HjO Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
Weight Point* ? 25C log p* 0 25C Constant Volatility Volatility Reference/Comments
(g/mol) (C) (rnn Hg) (mg/1) (atm-m3/mol ) PvpIW~1/4 fvpl%r*/2
95 3 56 5300** 900 5.26xlO'3 1,700 544 **VP - 761 t 3.6'C
1. 3. 6. 30
249 310 0.041 5.08 0.50 2.74xlO'3 l.lxlfl-* 2.6xlfl-3 1
74 117.25 6.5 0.88 91,000 7xUr* 2.2 7.6x10-' 1, 2. 3, S
156 lA,,=:200 HA 163,500    2, 1. Vapor pressure cannot be
9 20 estimated for Inorganic
compounds
66 _g3 (^ reacts 	   '. Substance Is permanent gas at
room temperature
1; 97.75 35 100,000 6.77xHTS 10.2 2.9 1. 3, 10
304 363 1.39x10-' 1.7 26.000 2.1xlO-'2 3.3xlQ-* 8.0xr9 2, 6
410 175 P 2 IxlO'5 5.94 0.0541 4.8xlfl-5 2.2xHT* 4.9x10-' 6. 8. 31
torr
,,3 132 n.8 2.18 500 3.93xlO~3 3.6 1.11 3, 6. 23 (H = experimental). 30
325 146-148 2.2XUT6 4.812 l. 5.89xHr' 5.3x0-' 1.2x10-' 2
0 0.4 nra
M2 235 5.8xlO-3 3.10 3.846 2.83xKr' 1.7x10-3 4.9xlO~4 1.3
v66-8
92.5 116 5 18.8 60,000 3.8xKr5 6.02 1.96 1. 3
107 109 30.5 1.28 6,000 7.35xHT4 9.5 2.9 2
62.5 -13.9 2,660 1,100 0.199P20C 958 336 3
0 023-0 69
H9 61 172.1 197 9,300 3 39xlO'3 51.6 15.8 1,3.6,23


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                                                       Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical  Properties  and Relative Soil  Volatility  of  RCRA Wastes
oo
	 - Vapor Solubility
Molecular Boiling Pressure in HjO Henry's
Code Waste Name Weight Point* 9 25C Log P* * 25C Constant
(g/mol) CO (ran Hg) (mg/l) (alm-nrVmol)
U045 Chlormtt. 50 -24.2 5(20)^ 0.91 4.000 0.38
U046 Chloro^thyl .ethyl ether 81 59.5 214 -0.17 2.5x10* 9. 12x10"*
U04/ B-Chloronaphthalene '62 236 5.15x10-3 ,.005 12.85 S.ISxlO'5
U048 o-Chlorophenol >28.5 174.9 0.787 28.500 4.1. W*
11049 4-Chloro-o-toluidine. MC 142 241 0.105 2.285 1.900 1.02x10-5
U050 Chrysene 228 488 MT 0.0.7 1IT
UOS1 Creosote See Note
UOSZ Cresols and cresylie acid 108 o: 0.192 o: 0.432 1.95 0=31,000 2x10-*
m: 0.202.8 m: 0.18 (all m: 23,500 IxlQ-*
p: 0.201.9 p: 0.16 isomers) p: 24,000 9.5x10-'
U053 Crotonaldehyde 70 99-104 19 '55.000 1. 13x10-5
U05b Cumene '20 153 4.507 3.66 50 1.46x10-2
UOK Cyclohexane 84 81 6.82 3.44 55 1.78x10-'
UObI Cyclohexanone 98 156 4.57 O.BI 23.000 2.56x10-5
U058 Cyclophospharaide 261 329 2.8xl0-* 063 4.000 237x10-'
U059 Daunomycin 528 533 9.4xlO- 1.83 30.000 2 ISxKT19

Relative Relative
Dry Soil Met Soil
Volatility Volatility Reference/Comnents
P Mj-1/4 p i-"2
vp^ vp
1.8 7.1x10"' 1. 3, 6. 28
70.6 23.8 '. 3
1.4xW3 4.1XKT4 1. 30 (H  experimental)
23.6 6.9x10-2 1. 3
3.1x10-2 8.8x10-3 7
2.6x10-'* 6.6xlO"15 1. 13
Mixture of substances (cresylie
acids)
1.3x10'' 4.2x10-2 6, 3
5.6x10-2 1.7x10-2
5.0x10-2 1.5xlO"z
6.6 2.3 3
1.4 4.1x10"' 1, 6, 29
2.3 7.4x10-' 1. 3, 6. 30
1.5 4.6x10-' 1. 6
7.0x10-' 1.7x10-' 2
2.0xlO-'5 4.1x10-'* 2. 6
experimental value.

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Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil  Volatility of ROM Wastes
Wasle
Code Waste Name
11060 ODD
U061 DDI
U062 Diallate
U063 oibenztahlanthracene
U064 l,2:7,8-0ibenzopyrene
U066 l,2-Oibromo-3-ch1oropropane
U067 Elhylenedibromide
U068 Hethylene bromide
11069 Di-butyl phthalate
U0)0 o-Dichlorobenzene
UOM m Dichlorobenzene
U072 p -Dichlorobenzene
D073 3.3'-Dichlorobenzidine
1)074 1,4 Dichloro-2-butene
IKHS Dichlorodifluoromelhane

Molecular Boiling
Height Point*
(g/mol) (C)
320 365
354 260
V 109
270 150
0 9m
278 447
302 483
236 1%
186 131-132
V 3
174 97
278 340
147 180.5
147 173
147 174
253 334
V '33
125 154
121 -29.8

Vapor Solubility Relative
Pressure in HjO Henry's Dry Soil
4 25'C tog P* 9 2SC Constant Volatility
(am Hg) (mg/1) (aUv-m3/mol) Pvpr*r'/4
1.5x10-' 5xlO-6 0.0126 3.6x10-*
1.5x10-' 3.98 to 1.28x10-3 5.2xio-5 3.5x10-*
6.19
7.88X10-3 14 1.99x10-* 2.0xlO~3
5.2x10-"** 0.044 10-' 1.3x10-"
10-'2 7.22 1.6xlO-5 2x10-* 2.4xlO-'3
0.513 1.000 1.593x10-* 1.3x10-'
11 4,310 6.25x10-* 3.0
45.8 12.000 3.16x10-* 12.8
10-3 400 1.09x10-' 2.4x10-*
1.45 3.38 145 1.94xlQ-3 4.2x10"'
2.1 3.38 123 2.63xlO-3 6.1x10-'
0.67 3 39 69 2.37X10'3 1.9x10-'
1.12x10-' 2.79 38.3 UT9 2.8xlQ-*
4.00 1.73 9.701 6.78xlO-5 1.2
4,830 280 0.40 to 0.43 1,450

Relative
Wet Soil
Volatility
8.4x10-'
8.0x10-'
4.8xlO~*
3.12X10-'2
5.8x10-'*
3.3XHT2
B.lxlO-'
3.47
e.oxio-5
1.2x10-'
1.7x10-'
5.5xlO-2
7.0x10-'
3.6x10"'
439
1 value.
Reference/Comments
2. 9
6, 8. 20. 30
2. 8
**VP * 4 * 275C
1. 8

1. 3
1. 5
30
1
3. 6. 23. 30 (H * experimental)
3, 23. 30 (H  experimental)
1. 6. 21, 23. 30
(H * experimental)
1. 3
1
1, 3, 30


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Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical  Properties  and Relative Soil  Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Waste
Code Waste Name
U076 1,1-Dichloroethane
1)0)7 1,2-Oichloroethane
U078 1,1-Oichloroethylene
U079 1,2-Dichloroelhylene
U080 Nethylene chloride
U08I 2,4-Oichlorophenol
U082 2,6-Oichlorophenol
1)083 1,2-Dichloropropane
U084 1,3-Oichloropropane
U085 l,2:3,4-Diepoxybutane
UOB6 N,N-Oiethylhydraiine
U087 o,o-0iethyl-s-methyl-
dithiophosphate
UOOfl Oiethlylphthalate
U089 Diethylstilbestrol

Vapor Solubility Relative Relative
Molecular Boiling Pressure in H^ Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
Weight Point* P 25C tog P* 9 25C Constant Volatility Volatility
(g/mol) t'C) (mnllg) (mg/1) (U-m3/mol ) Ptfpt*r'/4 PvpMvr'/2
99 51 193.4 1.79 5.500 5.45xlQ-3 61.9 19.4
99 84 75.683 1.48 8.690 l.lOxHT3 24.2 7.6
97 31.9 630.1 3,200 I.SxMT2 202 64.0
97 48-60 cis  217 ~ 700 6.60xlO-3 69.2 22.0
trans * 352 5.32x10-3 ,,3.3 35.7
85 41 427.8 1.25 16,700 3.19XUT3 141.1 46.4
163 210 0.118** 3.08 to 4.500 5.62x10-* 3.3xHT2 9.2xKr3
3.30
163 219-220 0.0165 2.895 172 2xT5 4.6xlO-3 1.3x10-3
T0. 68-69
113 % 50 2,700 2.8x10-3 15 5 4.7
113 120.4 28 2.00 1.000 1.77xlO-3 8.68 2.6
86 138 7.52 -1.26 8.3xl07 1.02x10- 2.48 8.1x10-'
88 99 See See See
Note Note Note
See Note See Note See See
Note Note
222 298 B.lxlO-3 3.58 50 4 75xT5 2.1xr3 5.4x10-*
268 418 2.1X10-'2 5.31 .015 507x10-" S.3xr13 1.3x10-"

Reference/Comments
1. 6. 23 (H = experimental)
1, 3. 6, 23 (U * experimental)
1, 15. 23 (H = experimental),
30 (H  0. 154 9 20*C)
2. 5. 23 (H . 6.falO-3)
30 (H  5.32xUT3)
1. 3. 6, 23 (H * experimental)
**VP - 110 9 147C
1, 3. 6
'.5
1, 3, 5. 23 (H ~ experimental)
1, 3. 6, 30
2
1. tog P cannot be estimated
to derive solubility.
Vapor pressure cannot be
estimated.
2, Properties cannot be
estimated for thiophosphates
3
7


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                                      Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical  Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Waste
Code Waste Name
U090 Oihydrosafrole
U091 3,3'-Dimelhoxybenzidine
U092 Dimethylamine
Molecular
Weight
(g/mol)
164
244
48
Boiling
Point*
(C)
198
331
7.4
Vapor
Pressure
0 25C
(ran Hg)
0.269
1.9x10-'
2.1
Solubility
in H20
Log P* 9 25"C
(rog/1)
2.985 240
1.23 1.800
-0.3 2.3xl06
Henry's
Constant
(aUiMirVmol)
2.3x10-*
10-"
5.89xlO~
Relative
Dry Soil
Volatility
PvpT'" _
7.5xlO-2
4.75x10-*
7. 9XUT1
Relative
Wet Soil
Volatility
Pvp"--"2
2.lxKr2
1.2x10-
3.0x10-'
Reference/Comments
2
3
3. C
U093        Dimethylaminoazobenzene
                                               225
                                                           sublimes    NA
                                                                                    4.58      160
                                                                                                                                                          3, 6, Vapor pressure cannot be
                                                                                                                                                                estimated
U094        7.12-Oi^thylbenrfalanthracene      256         477         3.9xH>-'2    6.94      1.3x10-3    ,.03x,0-9     9.axl(r13   2.
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                                               Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Waste
Code Waste Name
11106 2,6-Dinitrotoluene
0107 Oi-n-octyl phthalate
U108 1,4-Diethylene dioxide
UI09 1.2-Diphenylhydrazine
U1IO oipropylamine
Ulll oi-N-propylnitrosamine
f-0 UI12 Ethyl acetate
UI13 Ethyl acrylate
(JIM Ethylenebisldithiocarbamic acid)
UI15 Ethylene oxide
UI16 Ethylene thiourea
U1H Ethyl ether
U118 Ethylmelhacrylate
Vapor Solubility Relative Relative
Molecular Boiling Pressure in H^ Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
Weight Point* V 25C log P* 9 25C Constant Volatility Volatility Reference/Comments
(g/mol) (C) (nrollg) (mg/1) (atnmrVmol) P^ltr"* P^HT1'2
182 157 1.71 2.525 550 7.42xlQ-* 4. 6x10'' 1.3x10-' 1
V66
391 384 6.8XHT8 5.22 0.4 3x10"' l.SxKT8 3.5x10-' 11
88 101 37 -0.42 6xlOJ 7.14x10-' 12.2 3.9 3, 6
184 178 5.23x10-5 2.95 180,000 Up" l.SxIO'5 3.9x10"* 1
V'3'
48 UO 30 1.46 to 12,000 3. 32x10'* 12.0 4.3 1, 5, 6
1.73
130 206 0.419** 10,000 7.2xHT6 l.3xHr' 3.7xT2 **VP = 13 f 89C
1 1 3t v
88 77 82.2 0.73 79,000 1.2xH>-* 27.1 8.8 1, 3, 6
114 |18 36.141 20,000 2.71x10'* 10.8 3.4 1. 3
212 319 3.67x10-* <-3 >10i 
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                                               Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative  Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Vapor
Haste Molecular Boiling Pressure
Code Waste Name Weight Point* * 25C Log P*
(g/mol) (C) (urn Hg)
UI19 Ethyl methanesulfonate 124 85-86 0.328 0.09
0 10 im
UI21 Trichloromonofluorcmethane 137 23.7 768
UI22 Formaldehyde 30 -21 4,433
UI23 Formic acid 46 100.7 33.4 -0.54
UI24 Furan 68 31.36 633.99
UI25 Furfural 96 161.7 2.39
UI26 Glycidylaldehyde 72 97 42.6 -0.529
OJ UI2J Hexachlorobenzene 285 322 l.25xlfl-5 4.13
V230
UI28 Mexachlorobuladiene 261 215 0.269 4.14
UI29 a-Hexachlorocyclohexane 291 323 3.3x10" 1.19
Tnr"3
U130 Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 273 239 0.08 4.3
UI3I llexachloroethane 237 Tsub= l8* "'
UI32 Hoxachlorophene 407 412 Mr'2 7.54
Tm=l66-l67
U133 Hydrazine 32 113.5 14.38
U134 Hydrofluoric acid 20 19.7 800
Solubility Relative Relative
in (^0 Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
0 25"C Constant Volatility Volatility Reference/Comnents
(mg/1) (atnm.3/mol) Pvpltr'^ f^*rV2
I.7xl06 3.14X10-8 9.8X10-2 3.0xlO~2 7
1,100 5B3xlO-2 223 65.6 1,3.5,23
600,000 2. 92x10-* 1,906 809 1. 4
4.6xl06 4.4x10-' 1.5x10-* 4.9 1. 6
10,000 5.7xlO-3 222 76.9 1. 3
83,000 3.6x10-* 7.7XKT1 2.4x10-' 1. 3
7xl06 5.8x10-' 14.5 5.02 5
0.035 6xlO-5020C 2.7xr* 6.5xlO~' 1. 6, 16. 23, 30
I.7XKT3 (4.9xlO-5)
*25C
10 9.14X10-3 6.7xlO-2 1.7X10-2 1. 23
0C
10.3xlO-3
W5C
10 3.16x10-' 7.9x10-' 1.9x10-' 1. 3, 29 (H = 4.93x10-'). 30
6.4 0.0164 2.0x10-2 4.BxlO~3 1. 3, 23
50 9.85xlO-3 1.5x10-' 3.9x10-2 1, 3, 5, 23 28. 30
(H = 1.3x10-2)
410,000 10-'8 2.2xlO-'3 5.0xlO-'4 1. 3, 6
miscible 6 Oxlfl-' 6.1 2.5 '. 3
miscible 2.0xlQ-5 378 179 2
*PreicnU'd unly if required for other calculations.
                                                                    **Vapor pressure @ 2bC   estimated via extrapolation from experimental value.

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                                              Appendix A   Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Waste
Code Waste Name
UBS Hydrogen sulfide
U136 Hydroxydimethylarsineoxide
U137 Indeno[l,2.3-cd]pyrene
U138 Methyl iodide
UI39 Iron dextran
U140 Isobutanol
11141 Isosafrole
U142 Kepone
UI43 Lasiocarpine
U144 Lead acetate
U145 Lead phosphate
U146 lead subacetate
U147 naleic anhydride
U148 naleic hydrazide
	 ~~ Vapor solubility Relative Relative
Molecular Boiling Pressure in H20 Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
S ^oint* 25C logf* * 25C Constant Volatility Volatility Reference/Consents
(g/mol) CO fnrnllg) (9/l) (atm-i3/mol) P^"* V""
34 -85 5 20 4.000 8.2 3.4 1, 2
,-, I 196 NA tt'.OOO 1. Vapor pressure cannot be
138 lm-iw> N estimated for
orgafio -metal lies
276 ^162.5 -10-' 7.66 5xlO~5 7.2xHr' 2.5x10-" 6.0X1Q-'2 31
- 164
M2 42.4 400 14.000 5xKT3 116 33.6 I. 3
, ... c unt* 	 	 2. 
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        Waste
        Code
                         Waste Name
        U149        Malononitrile
        U1SO        Nelphalan
                                               Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
         UI57         3-Methylcholanthrene
                                             Solubility                Relative    Relative
tolecular   Boiling     Pressure              in M^       Henry's      Dry Soil    Wet Soil
 Weight       Point*      0 25"C       log P*     25C     Constant      Volatility  Volatility            Reference/Coments
 (g/mol)      (C)        dim Hg)               (rag/I)     (aUimrVmol)    P^p1**"      ^vp1**"
                                                                                Vapor
                                                        Molecular   Boiling     Pressure
                                                        66
                                                                    219
                                                                               0.148
                                                                                                       130.000      10-'          5.2x10-z    1.82xKT2               1. 10
305         376         4X10-8       1.283     400         l
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Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil  Volatility of ROW Wastes
	 Vapor
gasje Molecular Boiling Pressure
Code Hasle Name Weight Point* 9 25'C
tg/mol) (C) hm Hg)
U163 M-neUiyl-H'-nUro-H-nllrosoguani- 147 89 69.1
dine
U164 (tethylthiouracil 142 1^ 300 4.8xlfl-5
U165 Naphthalene 81 218 0.232**
U166 1,4-Naphthalenedione 158 213 0.201
U167 1-Naphthalamine 143 246 0.0559
UK* 2-Haphlhjlamine 143 246 0.0559
OJ   	  	  	
U169 Nitrobenzene 123 210.8 0.209
U170 4-NHrophenol 139 279 3.88xlO-5
Im - 115
UI71 2-Nitropropane 89 120 17.5
U172 N-Nitroso-di-n-butylamine 158 157 4.11
Ul)3 N-Nitrosodiethanolamine 124 128 14.2
U174 N-Nitrosodiethylamine . 102 175-177 1.73
UI76 N-Nitroso-N-ethylurea 117 125 16.3
UI77 N Nitroso-N-methylurea 103 107 33.5
, ,.,. .i., ii ,.i.-..H i..r nlh,.r rAlriil*! inn<; **VHnnr nrpfuirp 0 :'SC
SolubiUty Relative Relative
in 1130 Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
tog P* * 25*C Constant Volatility Volatility
(mg/1) (atnmrVmol) P^mr1'4 Pvpltr'/2
HA 20 5.7
0.22 51 1.8x10-' 1.4xMT5 4.0x10-*
3.06 to 30 4.8x10-* 7.7xlO'2 Z.6x10~2
330
1.78 11.695 3.6x10-* 5.6xT2 ).610-2
1.71
2.24 2221 4.7x10-* 1.6xUr2 4.7xl(T3
2.28 1.958 5.4x10-* 1.6xlO'2 4.7xlO-3
1.900 2.4xlO-5 6.3x10'' 1.9X10"2
16,000 10-' l.lSxHT5 3.3x10-*
17 0.121 5.8 1.6
2.5 1.100 7.9x10-* 1.15 3.3xlQ-'
-1.539 SxlO8 8x10-' 4.26 1.28
0.48 408.320 6x10"' 5.4x10'' 1.7xKr'
0.48 470.000 5 4x10'* 4.9 1.5
-0.03 2x10* 2 2xHT6 10.4 3.3
potimaled via extraoolat ion from exoerimental value.
Reference/Corments
5. Solubility cannot be
estimated for guanidine
compounds
2. 6
**VP = 1 9 53*C
4, 6, 30 (H - experimental)
4. 6
1. 5. 6
1. 5. *
1, 3, 23 (H * experimental)
1, 3
1. 3
4,
5
3. 6
5
5. 6


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                                               Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Waste
Code Waste Name
HUB N-Nitroso-N-methylurethane
U179 N-Nitrosopiperidine
UI80 N-Nilrosopyrrolidine
U18I 5-Nilro-o-toluidine
U182 Paraldehyde
U183 Pentachlorobenzene
11104 Pentachloroethane
U185 Pentachloronitrobenzene
UI86 1.3-Pentadiene
U18J Phenacetin
UI88 Phenol
U109 Phosphorus sulfide
U190 Phthalic anhydride
U191 2-Picoline
Vapor
Molecular Boiling Pressure
Weight Point* 9 25"C
(g/mol) (*C) (urn Hg)
132 109 31.2**
114 217 0.244
100 52 284
152 178 0.280
V 108
132 128 25.3
250 277 4.12x10-*
I., 86
202 162 3.5
295 240 2.38xlO-3
Tm -- 144
68 42 414
179 266 3.16xlO-3
V38
94 182 0.62
222 514 See Note
148 295.1 2x10-*
TUT 132 9 20"
93 128 8 10
Solubility
in MjO
tog P* 9 2S*C
(mg/1)
13,000
0.63 284,318
-0.19 3x10*
2.085 340
120,000
5.705 0.10
500
5.45 0.032
2.30 870
1.57 530
(no HC1)
1.48 82,000
See 1.17x10''
Note
-0.62 152,990
1.11 51,000
Relative Relative ~
Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
Constant Volatility Volatility
(alm-nrVmo!) P^l**-"* P^ltr"2
4.17x10-* 9.4 2.7
9.78xlO-5 7.6x10-2 2.3xlfl-2
1.13x10-5 7.6x10-2 33.4
1.67x10'* 7.8x10-2 3.3x10-2
3.66x10-5 7.6 2.2
1.3xlO-3 1.0x10-* 2.7x10-5
2.17x10-3 J.6xlO-3 2.5x10-'
0.0288 5.79x10-* 1.4x10-*
0.0424 145 50.2
1.4x10-* 8.5x10-* 2.6x10"*
1 3x10-* 2.0x10-' 6.4xlO-2
1 see
Note
-10-' 5.4x10-5 I.2xl0-5
2 4x10^5 3.2 1.0
Reference/Ccmnents
**VP  13 3 65*C
. 10. 20
6
5
1, 5
1. 2, 3, 4 (Substance Is a
formaldehyde polymer
and decomposes In gas
phase).
1
1, 3, 5, 28, 30
1. 5
1
1. . 5. 6
1, 6. 23
1, 12 (Substance slowly reacts
with water).
**VP * 0.001 9 30C
1, 2, 3, 4 ,6 (Substance hydro-
lyzes in water)
>. *
*Presented only if required for other calculations
*+Vapor pressure 9 25C   estimated via extrapolation from experimental value.

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Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical  Properties  and Relative Soil  Volatility of  RCRA Hastes
Waste Molecular
Code Waste Name Weight
(g/mol)
1)192 Pronamide 256
U193 1.3 -Propane sultone '22
U194 1-Propanamine 59
U196 Pyridine "


U200 Reserpine 609
U201 Rcsorcinol '1
11202 Saccharin and salts '83
U203 Safrole '62
U204 Selenium dioxide "1
11205 Sulfur selenide
11206 Streptozotocin 265
U207 1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 216
U208 1,1,1, 2-letrachloroethane 168
(1209 1.1,2,2 letrachloroethane 168
	 	 i ii
Vapor
Boiling Pressure
Point* * 2S'C
(C) (urn Hg)
321 4.02x10-*
180 9 30nm 6 37x10'*
1^ 30-33
49 280**
115.5 20
1,^115.7 0.09

\lf 265 > 1.02x10-3
280 1.2x10-5
V"
243 2.69x10-3
T4.1xHr5 1. 3
2.20xl06 10-'3 3.7x10-* MxKT5 1. 3
3.448 1.9x10-' 7.3x10-* 2.0x10"* 1. 
2.435 1.400 1.08x10-5 2.0xH>-2 5.6xlO-3 1
38400 6.0x10-' 4.9xlO-2 l.SxIO-2 **VP - 1 ? 157'C
1
See Hole 	  	 	 '2 (Su''1"" and selenium form
semi -continuous solid
solutions containing SeS.
SeS2 + SS62 as actual
constituents).
-1.45 4x10* 10-" 3.2x10-5 7.8xlO-* 2. 6
6 1.0x10-* 5.6x10-* 1.5x10-* '. '*
560 2 76xlO-3 2.8 7.7x10-' 1. <. 30
3.000 4 7x10 * 1.18 3.2x10-' I. 2. 5. 30
: estimated via extrapolation from experimental value.

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                  Waste
                  Code
                                   Waste Name
                  U2IO        letrachloroethylene
                                                         Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative  Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
-vaporSolubility                Relative    Relative
 Molecular   Boiling     Pressure              in M^       Henry's      Dry Soil    Wet Soil
  Weight      Point*      9 25C      log P*    9 25C     Constant      Volatility  Volatility
  (g/mol)     CO       (ran Hg)               (mg/1)    (atnmrVmol)    P^ltr1'*
                                                                  166         121
                                                                                                       2-60
                                                                                                                 100         2.87x10-*
                                                                                                         Reference/Garments
                                                                                                            **VP . 10 0 14'C
                                                                                                            1. 2, 6. 23, 30 (H - 0.012  9
                                                                                                             20'C)
                  UZ11         Tetrachlorcmethane
                                                                  154
                                                                              76.54       115.3        2.70      500         2.I3X10'2     32.3        9.3
                                                                                                            1. 5. 6. 12, 23, 30
                                                                                                            (H x experimental)
                  U212
2,3,4.6-Tetrachlorophenol
232
150 1.55 4.10 W.6 4.46x10-' 4.0x10-' 1.0>
V"
(10-' 1, 6
                   U2I3        Tetrahydrofuran
           67          149          0.73       130,988     1.08x10"*     50.7        17.6
                                                                                                                                                                               1, 5. 6
                   11214         Ihallium(l)acelate
                                                                  263
                                                                                                                 soluble
                                                                                                            1, Properties cannot be
                                                                                                               estimated for inorganic
                                                                                                               ccnpounds
CO
lO
                   1)215        Thai lium(l) carbonate
  468         Ta *  272     insignificant           52,000
                          (<  10-*)
                                                                                                            **VP *  10 9 5I7C
                                                                                                            1, Properties cannot be
                                                                                                               estimated for Inorganic
                                                                                                               compounds
                   U216        thalliumlllchloride
  240         720         insignificant          2,900
                          (< 10~5)
                                                                                                                                           2.5
                                                                                                             1,  Properties cannot be
                                                                                                                estimated for  inorganic
                                                                                                                compounds
                   1)217        Thai I iumlDni Irate
266         430         See
            V206      Note
                                                                                                                  95.500
                                                                                                               1, 12 (Substance decomposes to
                                                                                                                     TljOj = MOX,  higher
                                                                                                                     temp, measurements may
                                                                                                                     Include contributions
                                                                                                                     from decomposition
                                                                                                                     products.
                   112 If]        Thioacetdmide
                                                                   75
                                                                                           NA
                                                                                                                  163,000
                                                                                                             1,4, Vapor pressure cannot be
                                                                                                                   estimated because of the
                                                                                                                   thioacetamlde group
                   1)219        Ihiourea
                                loluene
          *Pre5enled only  if required  for other calculations
                                                                   76          V182      NA
                                                                   92
                                                                                                                  91,600
                                                                               110 6       26.8         2 69      515         6.64xlfl-3     8.6         2.8
                                                                              **Vapor pressure P 25C   estimated via extrapolation from experimental value.
                                                                                                             1, 3, Properties cannot be
                                                                                                                   estimated due to thio
                                                                                                                   fragment
                                                                                                              1. 3, 6, 23, 30  (H ..
                                                                                                              experimental)

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                                               Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Waste Molecular
Code Waste Name Weight
U221 loluenediamine '22
U222 o-Toluidine hydrochloride 143
U223 loluenediisocyanate 174
U224 Toxaphene 258
U225 Brcmoform 253
U226 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 133
U227 1,1.2-Irichloroethane 187
1)228 Irichloroethylene 131
11230 2,4,5-lrichlorophenol 197
U231 2,4.6-Irichlorophenol 197
11232 2,4,5 I 255
U233 Silvex 269.5
Vapor Solubility
Boiling Pressure in HjO Henry's
Point* 9 2SC tog P* * 25'C Constant
255 1.77x10-3 0.345 120.000 2.3x10-'
I, =61
242.2 1.19x10-3 ,5, 30 7.55xlQ-6
T.,,215 (no HCl)
251 0.0217**  reacts
V65-90 NA 0.40 4.89x10-3
149.5 5.6 3.190 5.32xH
74.1 117** 2.49 950 4.92x10-3
113.67 22.4** 4.500 1.18x10-3
87 71.6 2 29 1.100 8.92x10-3
tsub=2S2 0.04% 3 72 <2,000 6x10"*
V*'
246 0.0149** 3.69 800 4.82x10-*
294 2 44x10-5 238 3.44X108
v50-
159
310 7.12x10'* 140 1 8xUT8
V181 *
Relative Relative
Dry Soil Wet Soil
Volatility Volatility
5.3xlO-4 1.6x10-3
3.5x10-* l.OxlO-4
6.1x10-3 1.65x10-3
Referenee/Connents
1
1



**VP - 11 t 126"C
2. 4 (Reacts with water)
1. 16. 5, 23 (H . experimental)
Vapor pressure cannot be
estimated
1.40 3.5x10-'
33.9 10.1
6.05 1.6
21.5 6.3
1.3xlO-z 3.5x10-3
4.0x10-3 1.06x10-3
6.1x10-* 1.5x10-*
1.8x10-* 4.3x10-'
1, 3. 5. 23. 30
(H .. 6.12X10'4)
**VP * 99.7 0 20*C
1. 4, 6, 23. 30 (H '
9 20'C)
**VP * 75.86 P 50C
1. 3. 5. 30
1. Z. 6, 23, 30
(H = experimental
2, 3, 6
**VP  1 9 76.5C
1. 3, 6
8
2. 4

3.42xlO-2






	 	 - -
^Presented only if required for other calculations
                                                                    **Vapor pressure 0 2bC   estimated via extrapolation from experimental value.

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                                               Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical  Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Hastes
Vapor Solubility
Waste Molecular Boiling Pressure in HjO Henry's
Code Waste Name Height Point* * 25C log P* 9 25C Constant
(g/mol) CO (mm Hg) (mg/1) (atnmrVmol)
U234 Benzene. 1.3.5-trinitro- 213 315 2.86** 1.18 350 2.3xHT3
Tm=122
U235 Iris (2,3-dibromopropylphosphate) 697 1,^^ 255 -3
p. 3. 15 6.5 2-SlxlO-3
m  3.20 6.0 2.55xlO-3
U240 2.4-D Salts t Esters See Note See Note See Note
U242 Pentachlorophenol 266 109-110 1.1x10-* 80 4.8x10-'
U243 Hexachloropropene 249 210 0.344 4.38 4.5 2.5xH>-2
U244 Bis(dimethyHhiocarbamoyldisulfide) NA NA NA NA
U216 Bromine cyanide 106 61.5 100 See Reacts 
Note with water
Relative Relative
Dry Soil Wet Soil
Volatility Volatility Reference/Comments
0.75 0.20 **VP - 2 9 17.5'C
1. 2, 6
1.9x10-* <3.8xlO~5 15
	  7. log P cannot be estimated to
derive solubility.
4.4xlO-2 l.lxHT2 1
1.2x10-' 3.8x10-2 1. 2. 6
2.05 2.7x10-' 3, 30 (H - experimental)
9.8x10-' 3.1x10-'
9.9x10-' 3.1x10-'
 Mixture of compounds
1.1x10-* 6.7x10-* I. 3
e.6xr2 2.9xur2 2, 7
	 	 Properties cannot be estimated
for disul fides
31.1 9.7 1, 4 (Hydrolyzes in water to
HOCN f HBr)
*Presented only if required for other calculations.
                                                                    **Vapor  pressure  P 25C    estimated via  extrapolation  from experimental  value.

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                                              Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
       Waste
       Code
                        Waste Name
       POOl        Warfarin
	vaporSolubilityRelativeRelative
 Holecular   Boiling     Pressure              in H^      Henry's      Dry Soli    Wet Soil
  Weight      Point*      9 25C      log P*     2SC     Constant      Volatility  Volatility
  (g/mol)     CO       (millg)               (mg/1)    (atm-nrVmol)            4          '/2
                                                       306         432
Reference/Cements
                                                                               10-11        0.05  to   860         10-'5         2.4xMT12   5.7xlO-'3               6.  8
        P002         |_Acetyl-2-thiourea
                                                                   206        O.M         MA        NA          NA
                                                                                                                               4.ZxlO-2    1.3xlO-2
                                                                                                             1,  (Log P and solubility cannot
                                                                                                                be estimated due to presence
                                                                                                                of thlourea fragment)
        P003         Acrolein
                                                       56          53
                                                                               258
                                                                                                     280.000     6.79XKT5     95.5        34.5
                                                                                                              I. 3
        P004        Aldrin
                                                       365
              !=  104     6x10-*       3.01      0.2         4.96xKT4     1.4x10"*    3.1xlfl-7
   6. 20. 23 OM.96XUT4). 28.
   30 (H*2.8xlO-5), 29
   (II   1.44x10-*)
        P005        Allyl  alcohol
                                                       58          97
                                                                               28.10        0.1J      82.000      3.47x10-*      10.1        3.7
                                                                                                              1.  5.  
        P006        Aluminum phosphide
                                                        58
                                                                   See Note    See Note     See Note  Reacts      See Note
                                                                                                              12,  (Substance  has high melting
                                                                                                                  point  (M.p.  1350C). vapor
                                                                                                                  pressure negligible to n.p.
                                                                                                                  Reacts with water).
        P007        5-(Aminonicthyl)-3-lsoxazol
                                                        114        258
                                                                               1.4xlO-3     -1.815    6.4X108     UT13         4.3xlfl-4    1.3xr*
        POOS        4-Pyridinamine
  94          108         25.8         0.26      730.000     4.4xlQ-6      8.3
                                       0.28
                                                                                                                                            2.7
                                                                                                                                                                    I, 5. 6
        P009        Anmonium picrate
        P010        Arsenic acid
                                                        246         209         0.230
                                                                                                      10.000      7.4xlO-6      5.8xlQ-2
                                                        142         decomposes  See Note
                                                                                                      167.000
                                                                                                              12. (Arsenic acid decomposes
                                                                                                                  to ASjO; t lljO) in gas
                                                                                                                  phase.)
         POll        Arsenic V oxide
         POI2        Arsenic  [I  oxide
                                                        230
                                                        198
                                                                                See Note
                                                                    457.2       8.3XUT8**
                                                                                                      1.5x10*
                                                 17,000      -1.7xHT12   2.2x10"*   5.9x10-'
                                                                                                              1, 3. (ASjOs decomposes to
                                                                                                                    AS23 t 02 in gas
                                                                                                                    phase.)
    **VP = 2x10-' 9 60C
    1. 4, 12
*Presenled only if required for olher  calculalions.
                                                                   **apor pressure 0 25C   eilimaled via  extrapolation  fr
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        Waste
        Code
                         Waste Name
        P013        Barium cyanide
        P014
                    Benzenethiol
Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes

                                 VaporSolubilityRelativeRelative
         Molecular   Boiling     Pressure              in H20       Henry's      Dry Soil    Wet Soil
          Weight       Point*      % 25C      Log P*    9 25"C     Constant      Volatility  Volatility
          (g/mol)      (C)        him Hg)
                                                        189
                                                        110
                                                                   MA
                                                                    168.7
                                                                               HA
                                                                                                      800.000
                                                                               -1.5         2.52      706         S.lxHT4      4.7x10-'     1.4x10-'
                                                                                                                                            Reference/Conments
                                                                                                                                               1,  Boiling point  and vapor
                                                                                                                                                  pressure cannot be estimated
                                                                                                                                                  for inorganic  substances
                                                                                                                                               1,  3,  6
        P015        Beryl Hun dust
                                               2.500       2.7x10-'**
                                               1^1.287
                                                        insoluble
                                                        (<1 "9/0
                                                                                                                                1.6xKr7    9.0XHT8
                                                                                                                     1.  **VP * 10-5 * 942*C
        P016        BislchloronethyDether
                                                        115
                                                                    104
                                                                               36.3**
                                                                                            -0.38     22,000      2.5xUT<      11.3        3.4
                                                                                                                                               **VP - 30 9 22C
                                                                                                                                               1. M
        P0.7
                    Bronoacetone
                                                        137
                                                                    136.5       5.51**
                                                                                                      miscible    9.9x10-'      1.6         4.71x10-'
                                                                                                                                               1. ** VP-8m* 31.5'C
        P0.8
                    Brucine
                                                        394
                                                                    470
                                                                                            0.22      33.620       W
                                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                2.2xr   5.0X10''*
         P020
         P02I
         P022
Oinoseb(2.4-dinitro-6-
sec-butylphenol)
                     Calcium cyanide
                     Carbon disulfide
                                                        240
                                                        92
                                                        76
                                                                    223
                                                                               0.0576
                                                                                                       100
                                                                                                                   1.82xl0-     1.4x10-2    3.7xlo-3
                                                                                See te      See Mote  reacts       See Hole
                                                                    46.25
                                                                                357
                                                                                             MA
                                                                                                       2,940       0.012
                                                                                                                                 \2\
                                                                                                                                            4\.0
                                                                                                                                                1,  12.  (Substance decomposes to
                                                                                                                                                       carbon  * calcium
                                                                                                                                                       cyanamide.  Also reacts
                                                                                                                                                       with water to yield HCN.)
                                                                                                                                                1.  3,  5,  (log P cannot be
                                                                                                                                                         estimated due to
                                                                                                                                                         structure)
         P023        Chloroacelaldehyde
                                                         78.5
                                                                    85
                                                                                317
                                                                                              0.5      7x10*       4.7xlQ-6      108
                                                                                                                        35.8
                                                                                                                                                1.  3
         P024        pChloroaniline
                                                         127.5       232
                                                                                0.015
                                                                                             1.83      \.855       3x10-*        4.5xlQ-3     l.toUT3
                                                                                                                                                1. 3, 6
         P026        l-(o-Chlorophenyl) thiourea
         P027        3 Chloropropionitrile
         IWH        Bcn/ylchloride
*PresenU>il imly if required for other calculations
                                                         181
                                                                    275
                                                        90
                                                                    174-176     1.33
                                                         1?6
                                                                     "9
                                                                                             MA
                                                                                4.0x10-4     1.19      3.800       2.51x10-8     l.lxUT4    3.0xlQ-5
                                                                                                       45.000      3.5xlO--6      4.3xlQ-'     1.4x10-'
                                                                                125         230      1,619       2 36xKH     3.8x10''    l.lxlQ-'
                                                                   **Vapor pressure 9 KC   estimated via extrapolation from experimental  value
                                                                                                                                                1. 6

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Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical  Properties  and Relative Soil  Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Ujste Molecular Boiling
Code Waste Name Weight Point*
(9/mol) CO
POJ9 Copper cyanides 89 See Note
(CuCN;CuCN2) "5
P030 Cyanides
P031 Cyanogen 52 -21
P033 Cyanogen chloride 61 12.66
P034 2-Cyclohexyl-4,6-dinitrophenol 266 291.5
P035 2,4-D 221 278
P036 Oichlorophenylarsine 223 255
P037 Oieldrin 381 V1'5
P038 Oiethylarsine 134 105
P039 Disulfoton 274 108 *
0.01 mi
P040 0,0-Dielhyl o-pyrazinyl 248 80
Phosphorolhioatc
P041 Dielhyl-p nitrophenyl phosphate 275 169-170
F'0 1.2-Benzencdiol. 4-[l-hydroxy-
2 (melhylaminolrthyll-epinephrine 211 306
	 	 -- 	 	 	
V^or Solubility Relative Relative
Pressure in HjO Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
9 25C log P* 9 25C Constant Volatility Volatility
(mo Hg) (mg/1) (alm-m /mol) PVpHrf~ PVpfW
See Hole 2.6
1.8

3,980** 27.5 9.91 1,473 552
1,190 30,000 3.2xlO-3 428 152.4
reacts
slowly
2.87x10-3** 4 fl, ) 2 8.37xlfl-4 7.2xHT4 1.7x10'*
1.59x10-*** 620 7.5X10-8 4.1x10-5 l.lxKT5
2.7** hydrolyzes  7.0x10-'
7.78x10-' 6.20 0.19 l.lxlQ-5 1.8x10-' 4.0X1Q-8
30 See See  8.7 2.6
Note Note
1.8x10-* 25 2.59x10-* 4.5x10-5 i.ixHT5
3x10-3 loo 8.58xKT6 7.5x10-* 1.9x10-*
7 8xKT5 169 10.000 2.83x10 9 2.0xKr5 4.7x10-*
MA HA* 1.0x10-* 28x10-5
4x10'*
~ . * . , Qr^ir.imonal uAlllo
Reference/Ccmnents
25, 12, (Substance decomposes to
Cu t CjNj: in
equilibrium with these
products.)
See specific compound
**VP  5 atmP 21.4
1. 2
1. 3, 4, (Hydrolyzes to HOCN 
HC1)
**VP . Inn 9 132. B6
1
**VP . 0.4 9 I60*C
1. B
**VP  14 9 13I*C
1, Compound hydrolyzes In water
and wet soil
1, 7. 8. 15. 23. 30. 31
(H * experimental)
1, Solubility of inorganic
chemicals cannot be
estimated
2, 9
1. 8
2
2, Hog P cannot be estimated
due to epinephrine fragment


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Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical Properties  and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Vapor Solubility Relative Relative
Waste Molecular Boiling Pressure in ty) Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
Code Waste Name Weight Point* 9 25C tog P* 9 25C Constant Volatility Volatility
(g/mol) (C) (mn Hg) (mg/1) (atm-m3/mol) P^H*-"4 P^W"2
P043 Oiisopropylfluorophosphate 184 183 0.579  15.000 9.1x10'* l.6xlfl-' 4.3x10~2
P044 Dimelhoate 229 Tm = 52 8.5x10-* 0.5 25,000 10-' 2.2x10-* 5.6xlfl-7
P045 Thiofanox 218 296 l.7xlfl-4 52.000 9.37x10-' 4.4xKT5 1.2xlfl-4
P046 a,c.-Dimethylphenethylamifie 149 205 0.276 2.17 2,900 1.86xlO-5 7.9xHTZ 2.3xT2
9 750nn
P047 4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol (and salts) 198 214 0.018 130 1.4xlfl-5 4.8x>-3 1.3xHr3
T,,=e6.5
P048 2,4-Dinitrophenol 184 V116 MA 1.50 19.500  
-Ca
cn
P050 Endosulfan 407 V 7- 'x'0"5 5'34 '22 2.5xlO-5 2.2x10"* S.Oxlfl-7
100
P051 Endrin 381 V245 2x1fl-7 5.3 0.024 4.2XHT* 4.6x10-8 l.Oxlfl-8
POM Ethylenimine 43 56 200 miscible l.lxlQ-5 78 30
P056 Fluorine 19 permanent permanent reacts
gas gas
PCS/ Fluoroacetimide 77 181 0.875 -1.05 3.6xK>-7 2.33xKr9 3.0xlfl-' l.OxHT1
POSQ Fluoroacetic acid, sodium salt decomposes NA HA
P059 llcptachlor 373 Im = 96 SxlO'4 0.56 I.48xl0-3 6.9xlQ-5 1.6xUr5
TO60 ItewcMorohexahydro, exo, exo 365 379 I 4x10 4 -0.39 8.5x10* l.UxlQ-7 3.2xlQ-5 7.3xlfl-*
diniethanonaphthalene
Reference/Ccmnents
2
6. 8. 9
8
2
1, 9, 23 ( H = experimental)
1, 6, Boiling point and vapor
pressure cannot be
estimated due to presence
of nitro groups
8. 9
1. 2. 8, 16
**VP  160 9 20'C & 250 9 30'C
1
1, (Reacts with water)
2,6.7
1 , (decomposes)
8. 28. 23
1
                    **Vaoor oressure 0 2SC   eslimdled via exlraootalion from experimental value

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                                               Appendix  A.   Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of ROW Wastes
Waste
Code Waste Name
P062 ilexaethyltetraphosphate
P063 Hydrocyanic acid
P064 Methyl isocyanate
P065 Mercury fulminate
P066 Me thorny 1
Cr,
P067 2-hethylaziridine
P068 Methyl hydrazine
P069 2 -Methyl lactonitrile
P070 Aldicarb
P071 Methyl parathion


P073 Nickel carbonyl
POM Nickel cyanide
Vapor Solubility Relative Relative
Molecular Boiling Pressure in H^ Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
Weight Point* 9 25C log P* 9 25'C Constant Volatility Volatility Reference/Cements
(g/mol) CO (muHg) (mg/1) (atnmrVmol ) PvprT1/4 PypMH-'
See Note See Mote reacts    Boiling point and vapor pressure
, cannot be estimated
2, ;>5 , 730 -1.5 5.6x107 4.65x10-' 321 140 1. 3. 6
5, 59.6 201 Reacts  '2.3 26.6 1.4 (Reacts with water)
with water
284 explodes See Note 700** - - - TloH2 (Hg(ONC)2 detonates
at fairly low temp.
Gas phase contains
decomposition
products in addition
to chemical)
162 V J8-W 5x10-5 58.000 lO"'" l.*W* 3.9x10-* 9. 8
57 20 92.0 -0.35 S.lxlO6 2.22xlQ-5 33.1 12.2 1
46 87.5 49.6 miscible 3.0x10"* 16.4 7.3 4
B5 251 0.0244 -0.508 T.TxlO6 IO"10 7.xld onlv il required for other calculations.
                                                                    "Vapor pressure 9 ?5C   estimated via extrapolation from experimental  value

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                                                Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Waste
Code Waste Name
P075 Nicotine
P076 Nitric oxide
P077 /j-Nitroaniline
P078 Nitrogen dioxide
PO8I 1.2,3-Propanelriol, trinitroate
P082 N-Nitrosodimethylamine
(Dimethylnitrosamine)
P084 N-Nitrosomethylvinylamine
P085 Octamelhylpyrophosphoramide
P087 Osmium telraoxide
P088 Endothall
P089 Parathion
P09J Phenylmercuric acetate
P093 N-Phenylthiourea
P094 Phorale
Vapor Solubility Relative Relative
Molecular Boiling Pressure in H^ Henry's Dry Soil Met Soil
Weight Point* 9 25C tog P* 9 25C Constant Volatility Volatility
(g/mol) CO (ma Hg) (mg/1) (atm-m3/mol) P^pMH"1'* PvpHT1/2
162 246 0.0557** 1.17 74,000 1.6x10-' 1.6XUT2 4.4xlQ-3
30 -151.7 permanent 4.6ml/
gas * 20C lOOral 9 20
138 331.7 4xlO-3 BOO 10"* 1.2xKT3 3.4x1fl-*
TB = 149
46 21.0 BOO reacts  307 118
227 256 0.26** 1.200 S.lBxUT5 8.8xr2 l.I3xl(T2
1.800
74 153 4.87** -0.74 1.4xl07 3x10"* 1.6 5.7xlfl-'
86 16** 0.03 30,000 5.65xlO-5 5.3 1.7
286 154 9 2m. IQ-3 misclble 3.7x10-' 2.4xlO~3 5.9xlfl-5
254 !- 40 10 57.000 5.86xlO-5 2.5 6.3x10-'
230 See Note NA See 100.000
Note
297 113 3.78xlO-5 24 1.21x10-* 9.1xHT* 2.2x10"*
336 Tm 149 9xlO-6 4,370 1Q-9 2.2x10-* 4.9xlfl-'
152 255 0.0162 0.73 2.200 1.47x10-' 4.5X10'3 1.3xlQ-3
260 15-78 8xUr4 50 5.47x10 6 2.0xlQ-4 5.0xlQ-5
9 01 am
Reference/Conments
**VP  28.4 9 133.BT.
1. 5, 6
2
1. 3
1, 12 (reacts with water to
yield NO an nitric acid)
**VP * 2 9 125*C
1. 2. 3
**VP . 14 9 50eC
3
**VP  30 ran 9 47"C
2. 3
2
1, 10
2. Boiling point and log P
cannot be estimated
1. 8. 30
2. 8
2, 6
2
*Prescnled only if required for other calculations.
                                                                    **Vapor  pressure  3 25C   estimated via extrapolation from experimental  value

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                                                    Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatilily of RCRA Wastes
oo
Waste
Code Waste Name
P095 Phosgene
P096 Phosphine
P097 Oimcthylcarbamoyl chloride
P098 Potassium cyanide
P099 Potassium silver cyanide
P101 Propane nitrile
P102 2-Propyn-l~o1
P103 Selenourea
P104 Silver cyanide
P10S Sodium azide
PI06 Sodium cyanide
P10) Strontium sulfide
	
Vapor Solubility Relative Relative
Molecular Boiling Pressure in H^ Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
Weight Point* * Z5C log P* 9 25C Constant Volatility Volatility Reference/Comments
(g/mol) (C) (ran Hg) (mg/1) (atnmrVmol) P^Wr"4 PvprTl/2
99 756 1.430 See slightly  458 144 1. log P cannot be estimated
Note to derive solubility
34 -87. J 1.4x10-* 2.600 0.189 5.7xUr5 2.4xT5 1
107 167-168 2.6 20,000 l.BlxUr3 8. 1x10"' 2.5x10-' 2
9 775 im
65 HA Insignificant 500.000    . Bolting points and vapor
(< 10"6) pressures cannot be estimated
for inorganic chemicals
199 See Note See Note 250.000**    ** 20"C
3, 10. Boiling point cannot be
estimated to derive
vapor pressure.
55 97.35 40 119,000 2.4xlO~5 14.8 5.4 2
56 U3.6 9.56 -1.09 3.2x10-' ZxUT8 3.5 1.28 1
123 T^.,-213 NA 100.000**    **19C
*c 1. 10, (Decomposes)
134 t-^320 See Note 23 9 20C    '.  (Substance decomposes to
060 Ag  C2N2.
Equilibrium with metal 
CjNj exists)
65 !_. 350 See Note 417,000    ' 2' (Decomposes to N2 
r sodium nitride in gas
phase)
49 14% insignificant 480,000    1, Boiling points and vapor
(< 1Q-6) pressures cannot be estimated
for inorganic chemicals
119 VZ-000 insignificant insoluble, See Note   '.  (Substance reacts with
(<10-6) reacts at water or "loislure to
low ta*. W "2s " SrM2


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                                                Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
         Uasle
         Code
         P108        Strychnine and salts
                         Vapor                Solubility               Relative    Relative
Molecular   Boiling     Pressure              in ll^      Henry's      Dry Soil    Met Soil
 Weight      Point*      0 25C      log P*    3 25C     Constant      Volatility  Volatility
 (g/mol)      (C)        (irnitlg)
                                              (mg/1)     (atmV/mol)
                                                                                                                                            PvprW-
                                                                                                                                                  |/7
                                                         334         463          1.2x10-"**   1.93       156         10~'*         2.76xlO-'Z  6.6xl
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                                               Appendix A   Physical  Chemical Properties  and Relative Soil  Volatility of  KCRA Wastes
        Waste
        Code
                         Waste Name
        PI20        Vdnddium pentoxide
        PI2I        Zinc cyanide
        PI??        Zinc phosphide
Molecular   Boiling
 Weight      Point*
 (g/nol)     (*C)
 Vapor
Pressure
 0 25C
(im llg)
         Solubility
         in I^O       Henry's
log P*    Q 25C     Constant
         (mg/l)    (atnnn3/mol)
Relative    Relative
Dry Soil    Wet Soil
Volatility  Volatility
                                                                                                                                            ,,  Mu-
                                                                                                                                            1 vp
                                                                                                                                                  l/2
        I1123        Octachlorocamphene
                                                        182
                                                        117
                                                                                insignificant
                                                                                                       8,000
                                                                          1,750
                                                                    See Note    See Note
                                                                                                       SO
                                                        258         1100        See Note
                                                                                                       reacts
Reference/Ccmnents
                                                                                      I, Vapor pressure and solubility
                                                                                        cannot be estimated  for
                                                                                        Inorganic chemicals
                                                                                     4.  12  (Substance decomposes  to
                                                                                            ZN   C2N2: in
                                                                                            equilibrium with  those
                                                                                            products)
                                                                                      I.  12  (Substance  reacts with
                                                                                            water  to yield P3  =
                                                                                            Zn(OH)2))
                                                        4,2         389         8.08x10-'    6.97      Z.lxKT3    2.07xH>-3     l.BxlO-6    4.0x10
Pre'-enloil only il ifc|nirc(J (in  other calculations
                                                                    *Va(wr pressure Q Z5L   pstmiated ia exlra|K)lation from experimental  value

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                                       Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Waste
Code
DOOO
D001
0002
0003
0004
D005
D006
D007
D008
0009
DO 10
Vapor Solubility Relative Relative
Molecular Boiling Pressure in HyO Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
Waste Name Weight Point* 9 25C log P* 9 25'C Constant Volatility Volatility
' PvpMW-"2
Any combination of arsenic,
barium, cadmium, and
chromium waste.
Solid waste that exhibits the
characteristic of ignitability,
but is not listed as a hazardous
waste in Subpart D.
Solid waste that exhibits the
characteristic of corrosivity,
but is not listed as a hazardous
waste in Subpart 0.
Solid waste that exhibits the
characteristics of reactivity,
but is not listed as a hazardous
waste in Subpart 0.
Arsc|)jc ;S 75 if 372c insoluble nonvolatile nonvolatile
Barium 137 1,600 NA reacts nonvolatile nonvolatile
slowly with
water
Cadmium 112 765 10r5 9 insoluble nonvolatile nonvolatile
148C
Chromium 52 2,672 1Q-5 9 Insoluble nonvolatile nonvolatile
907C
Lea<| 207 1,740 10~5 9 insoluble nonvolatile nonvolatile
483*C
Mercury 200 357 l.SxlO'3 3xH>-z l.MxIQ-2 3.5x10'* 1.2xUH
Selenium 79 685 NA insoluble nonvolatile nonvolatile
Reference/Comments

No information available on
wastestrean constituents
No information available on
wastestrean constituents
No information available on
wastestrean constituents
1
1, Vapor pressure cannot be
be estimated, however should
be less than lO"6 at 25C
1
1
1
I, 29
1, Vapor pressure cannot be
estimated, however should be
less than 10-* at 25*C
Mil
            Silver
                                                108
                                                            2,060
                                                                        NA
                                                                                               insoluble
                                                                                                                         nonvolatile nonvolatile
1,  Vapor pressure cannot be
   estimated,  however should be
   less than 1Q-6 at 25'C

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                                                    Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
en
ro
Haste Molecular
Code Waste Name Weight
(9/mol)
0012 Endrin (1.2,3,4,10.)0-hexachloro- 381
l,7-epoxy-l,4,4a,5.6,7.8.8a-
octahydro-l,4-endo,endo-5.8-
dimethane naphthalene).
0013 Lindane (1.2.3.4.5.6- 291
hexachlorocyclohexane,
gamma isomer)
0014 Methoxychlor (1.1,1-Trichloro- 346
2,2-bisCp-methoxy phenol])
ethane
0015 loxaphene (technical clorinated 343-517
camphene, 67-69 percent
chlorine) .
D016 2,4-0(2.4-Oichlorophenoxyacetic 221
acid)
0017 2,4.5-TP Silvex (2.4,5-Irichloro- 255
phenoxypropionic acid)
Vapor Solubility Relative Relative
Boiling Pressure in H^ Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
Point* f 25C log P* * 25'C Constant Volatility Volatility Reference/Corments
CO (imi Hg) (mg/D (atmV/mol) PvphV-"* l>vp*r"2
T -PIS" 2x10-' 0.024 3.86x10-' 4.5x10- 1.0x10- 31
*" 0.26
V1I2.9' 9.4x10-* 7.3 4.93x10-' 2.3x10-* 5. SxHT1 29. 31
^ < 1 mg/1    . ? pressure cannot be
gj. be estimated
I(tec = 0.2-B.4 ~ 3 -7.5X10-2 -3.0x10-' ~.9xlO-z 31
120*
278 1.59x10-*** 620 7.5x10-8 4.IXHT5 l.lxlO-5 **VP - 0.4 m f 160*C
1^140.5' 8
T _)54. w 238  30*    8. Vapor pressure cannot be
"~ estimated
      *Presenled only if required for other calculations.
                                                                          **Vapor pressure P 25'C   estimated via extrapolation from experimental value.

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                                             Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical  properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Waste Molecular
Code Waste Name Weight
(g/mol)
Boiling
Point*
CC)
Vapor
Pressure
9 25C
(nraHg)
Solubility
in H^ Henry's
log P* 9 2S*C Constant
(mg/1) (atm~m3/mol )
Relative
Dry Soil
Volatility
V*r"
Relative
Wet Soil
Volatility
rvP*r"2
Reference/Comments
        F001        Spent halogenated solvents used
                   in degreasing,  tetrachloroethylene,
                   trichloroethylene. methylene
                   chloride.  1,1,1-trichloroethane,
                   carbon tetrachloride, and the
                   chlorinated fluorocarbons;
                   sludges from the recovery of
                   these solvents  in degreasing
                   operations.
                                          SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY DATA.
        F002       Spent halogenated solvents,
                   tetrachloroethylene, methylene
                   chloride, trichloroethylene,
                   1.1,1-trichlorocthane,
                   chlorobenzene,  1.1.2-
                   trichloro-l,2,2-trifluoro-
                   cthane, odichlorobenzene,
                   trichlorofluorome thane,
                   the still bottoms from the
                   recovery of these solvents.
                                          SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER  P  OR U  WASTE  CODES FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
        F003
Spent non  halogenated solvents,
xylene,  acetone, ethyl acetate,
ethyl benzene, ethyl ether,
n-butyl  alcohol, cyclohexanone;
the still  bottoms from the
recovery of  these solvents.
        F004
Spent non halogenated solvents:
cresols and cresylic acid,
nitrobenzene;  and the still
bottoms from the recovery
of these solvents.
        roos
Spent non halogenated solvents,
methanol, toluene, methyl
ethyl ketone,  methyl isobutyl
ketone, carbon disulfide,
isubutanol, pyridine; the
still bottoms  from the recovery
of these solvents.
         F006
Wastewaler treatment  sludges from
electroplating operations.
*Presented only if required for other calculations
                                                              SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U  WASTE  CODES  FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                              SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER  P  OR  U WASTE  CODES FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                              SEE SPECIFIC  WAS1E  UNDER  P OR  U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                               SEE SPECIFIC  WASTE  UNDER P OR U WASTE CODtS  FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
Wastestream includes cadmium,
hexavalent  chromium, nickel,
and ccmplexed cyanide.
                                                                **Vapor pressure 0 25C   estimated via extrapolation  from experimental  value.

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                                    Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of ROW Wastes
Waste
Code Waste Name
Molecular
Weight
(g/mol)
Boiling
Point*
CO
Vapor
Pressure
 25C
OratHg)
Solubility
in Hf Henry's
log P* 9 25C Constant
(mg/1) (atnmrVmol)
Relative
Dry Soil
Volatility
PvpMT'"
Relative
Wet Soil
Volatility
v-"2
Reference/Comments
FOOT
pooe
Spent  plating bath solutions from
electroplating operations.
Plating bath sludges from the
bottom of plating baths from
electroplating operations.
SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE  UNDER P OR  U WASTE CODES FOR  PROPERTY OAIA.
                                                         SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE  UNDER P OR  U WASTE  CODES FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
Uastestream includes cyanide
salts,  copper, nickel,  and other
heavy etals depending  on
plating operation.
                                                                                         Uastestrean includes cyanide
                                                                                         salts and heavy metals depending
                                                                                         on the operation.
F009       Spent stripping and cleaning
           bath solutions from electro-
           plating operations.
                                              SEE SPECIFIC WASTE  UNDER  P OR U  WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                                         Uastestream includes cyanide
                                                                                         salts and heavy metal salts.
F010       Quenching bath sludge from oil
           baths from metal heat treating
           operations where cyanides are
           used in the process (except
           for precious metals heat-
           treating quenching bath
           sludges).
F011        Spent cyanide solutions from
            salt bath pot cleaning from
            metal heat treating operations
            (except for precious metals
            heat treating spent cyanide
            solutions from salt bath pot
            cleaning).
 FOI2
Quenching wastewater treatment
sludges from metal heat treating
operations.
 F014
Cyaniddlion wastcwater treatment
tailing pond sediment from
mineral metals recovery operations.
 FOI5
 Spent cyanide bath solutions
 from mineral  metals recovery
 operations.
 FOI9
 Udstowater treatment sludgi'i frun
 chemical conversion codling of
 aluminum
                                              SEE SPECIFIC  WASTE  UNDER  P OR U WASTE  CODES  FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                              SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE  UNDER P OR  U WASTE CODES FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                         SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                          SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                                                                                                       Uastestream Includes cyanide
                                                                                                                                       salts and heavy metal salts.
                                                                                                                                       Wastestrean  Includes cyanide
                                                                                                                                       salts and heavy metal salts.
                                                                                          Uastestream includes ccnplexed
                                                                                          cyanide.
                                                                                          Uastestream Includes ccnplexed
                                                                                          cyanide.
                                                          SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER  P  OR U WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                                                          Uastestream includes cyanide
                                                                                          salts
                                                          SEE SPECIFIC WASIE  UNDER  P OR U  WASTE  CODES  rOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                                                          Uastestream includes hexavalent
                                                                                          chromium, and ccnplexed cyanides

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         Waste
         Code
                         Waste N.imc
                                              Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil  Volatility of RCRA Wastes
                                                          Vapor                Solubility
                                   Molecular   Boiling    Pressure              in HjO       Henry's
                                   Height      Point*     9 25C      tog P*   9 25C     Constant
                                    (g/mol)     (C)       (nmHg)               (mg/1)    (atm-m3/mol)
Relative   Relative
Dry Soil   Wet Soil
Volatility Volatility
                                                                                                                                  1/4
                                                                                                                                             1/2
Reference/Comments
         K001        Bottom sludge from the treatment
                     of wastewaters from wood
                     preserving processes that use
                     creosote and/or pentachlorophenol
                                               SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER  P OR  U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
         K006
                    Wastcwater treatment sludge
                    (run the production of chrome
                    oxide green pigments (anhydrous
                    and hydrated).
         K007
         KOOS
                    Wastewater treatment  sludge
                    from the production of  iron
                    blue pigments.
Oven residue from  the production
of chrome oxide  green pigments
                                                SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE  UNDER  P OR  U WASTE CODES  FOR PROPERTY DATA.
                                               SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER  P OR  U WASTE CODES  FOR PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                   SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE  UNDER P OR U WASTE  CODES  FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                   Uastestream Includes
                                   pentachlorophenol,  phenol,
                                   2-chlorophenol,
                                   p-chloro-w-cresol,  2,4-dimethyl-
                                   phenyl, 2,4-dinltrophenol,
                                   trlchlorophenots, tetrachloro-
                                   phenols, 2.4-dinitrophenol.
                                   creosote, chrysene,
                                   naphthalene, fluoranthene,
                                   benzoQOfluoranthene.  benzo(a)-
                                   pyrene, Indeno (1,2,3-cd)
                                   pyrene, benz(a)anthracene,
                                   dibenz(a)anthracene.
                                   acenaphthalene.
K002 wastcwater treatment sludge fron
the production of chrome yellow SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
and orange pigments.
" K003 Wastewater treatment sludge
01 fron the production of SEE SPECIFIC WASIE UNDER P OR U WASTE COOES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
molybdate orange pigments.
K004 Wastewater treatment sludge from
the production of zinc yellow SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE COOES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
pijjnents.
KOOS Wastewater treatment sludge from
the production of chrome SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
green pigments.
Uastestream Includes
;>exava1ent chromium and lead.
Uastestream Includes
chromium and lead.
Uastestream includes
chromium.
Uastestream includes
chromium and lead.
hexavalent
hexavalent
hexavalent
                                                                                                                                           Uastestream Includes hexavalent
                                                                                                                                           chromium.
                                                                                                                                           Uastestream Includes complexed
                                                                                                                                           cyanide and hexavalent chromium.
                                    Uastestream  includes hexavalent
                                    chromium.
presented only  if required for other calculations.
                                             "Vapor pressure 0 25C   estimated via extrapolation from experimental value

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                                                Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical  Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Hastes
Waste
Code Waste Name
K009 Distillation bottoms from
the production of
acetaldehyde from ethylene.
Molecular Boiling
Weight Point*
(g/mol) (C)
SEE
Vapor
Pressure
9 25C Log P*
(mnHg)
SPECIHC WASTE UNDER
Solubility
in HjO
0 K'C
(mg/1)
Henry's
Constant
(atm-nrVmol)
P OR U WASTE CODES
Relative
Dry Soil
Volatility
. v""4 .
FOR PROPERTY
Relative
Wet Soil
Volatility
Vr"2
DATA.
Reference/Comments

Wistestream Includes chloroform
formaldehyde, nethylene chloride
methyl chloride, paraldehyde,
and formic acid.
           K010        Distillation side cuts from the
                       production of acetaldehyde from
                       ethylene.
                                              SEE  SPECIFIC WASTt UNDER P OR U WASTE CODES  FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                                                                                                                  Wastestream includes chloroform,
                                                                                                                                                  formaldehyde, methylene
                                                                                                                                                  chloride, paraldehyde, methyl
                                                                                                                                                  chloride, formic  acid, and
                                                                                                                                                  chloroacetaldehyde.
en
cr> -
            KOI 1        Bottom stream from the wstewater
                       stripper  in the production of
                       acrylonitrile
            K013       Bottom stream from the acetonitrile
                       column in  the production of acrylo-
                       nitrile.
            K014       Bottoms from the acetonitrile
                       purification column in the
                       production of acrylonitrile.
            KOI5       Still bottoms  from the
                       distillation of benzyl
                       chloride.
K016       Heavy ends or distillation
           residues from the production
           of carbon tetrachloride.
                                              SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                              SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER  P  OR U  WASIE  CODES  FOR  PROPERTY  DATA.
                                              SEE SPECIFIC WASTE  UNDER  P OR U  WASTE  CODES  FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                               SEE SPECIFIC  WASTE  UNDER  P OR.U WASTE CODES FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                      SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U  WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                                                                                                   Uastestrea* includes
                                                                                                                                                   acryloottrile, acetonitrile, and
                                                                                                                                                   hydrocyanic acid.
                                                                                                                                                   Wastestream includes
                                                                                                                                                   acrylonitrile. acetonitrlle, and
                                                                                                                                                   hydrocyanic acid.
                                                                                                                                                   Wastestram Includes acetonitrile
                                                                                                                                                   and aery1 amide.
                                                                                                                                                   Wastestream includes benzyl
                                                                                                                                                   chloride, chlorobenzene,
                                                                                                                                                   toluene, and benzotrichlorlde.
                                                                                                                                        Wastestream Includes
                                                                                                                                        hexachlorobenzene, hexachloro-
                                                                                                                                        butadlene, carbon tetrachloride,
                                                                                                                                        hexachloroethane, and
                                                                                                                                        perchloroethylene.
            KOI7
Heavy ends from purification
in production of cpichlorohydrin
                                                                      SEE SPECIFIC WASTE  UNDER  P OR U WASTE  CODES  rOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                                                                                                   Wastestream Includes eplchloro-
                                                                                                                                                   hydrin, chloroethers,
                                                                                                                                                   (bls(chloromethyl) ether and bis
                                                                                                                                                   (2-chloroethyl) ethers], tri-
                                                                                                                                                   chloropropane,
                                                                                                                                                   dichloropropanols
            K018
Heavy ends  from the fractionation
column in ethyl chloride
product ion.
                                                                       SEE SPECIFIC  WASTE  UNDER  P OR  U WASIE CODES FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                                                                                                   Wastestream includes 1,2-dich-
                                                                                                                                                   loroethane, trlchloroethylene,
                                                                                                                                                   hexachlorobutadiene, hexachloro-
                                                                                                                                                   benzene

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Waste
Code
K019
                        Waste Name
                                             Appendix A.   Physical-Chemical properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
                       Vapor                Solubility
Molecular   Boiling     Pressure              in H^       Henry's
 Weight      Point*     9 25C      log P*   0 25C     Constant
 (g/mol)     (C)       (urn Hg)               (mg/1)    (atiiMirVmoI)
Relative   Relative
Dry Soil   Wet Soil
Volatility Volatility
                    Heavy ends from the distillation
                    of  ethylene dichloride in
                    ethylene dichloride
                    production.
                                                       SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                                                                                                                          Reference/Comments
                                                                                                       Wastestream Includes ethylene
                                                                                                       dichlorlde; 1.1.1-trichloro-
                                                                                                       e thane; 1.1,2-trlcMoroethane;
                                                                                                        1,1.2,2-tetrachlorethane;
                                                                                                        1,1.1,2-telrachloroethane;
                                                                                                       trtchloroethylene,  tetrachloro-
                                                                                                       ethylene, carbon tetrachloride,
                                                                                                       chloroform, vinyl chloride, and
                                                                                                       vinyl(dene chloride.
        K020        Heavy ends  from the distillation
                    of vinyl chloride in vinyl  chloride
                    monomer production.
         K021        Aqueous spent antimony catalyst
                    wastes from fluoromethanes
                    production
         K0?2
         K023
         K024
            Distillation bottom tars from
            the production of phenol/acetone
            from cumene
            Distillation  light ends from
            the production of phthalic
            anhydride  from naphthalene.
            Distillation bottoms from the
            production of phtlutic
            anhydride from naphthalene.
         K02b
            Distillation bottoms from
            the production of nitrobenzene
            by the nitration of benzene.
         K026
            blripping  still tails from
            the production of methyl ethyl
            pyridincs.
*Presented only  if icquired fur other calculations.
                                                       SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE  UNDER  P OR  U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                       SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE  UNDER  P OR U WASTE CODES  FOR PROPERTY DATA.
                                                               SEE SPECIFIC  WASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE  CODES  FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U WASTE  CODES  FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U WASTE  COOES  FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U  WASTE  CODES FOR  PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                               SEE  SPECIFIC  WASIE  UNDEK P OK U WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY DAFA.
                                                                 **Vapor pressure 9 25C   estimated via extrapolation from experimental value.
                                                                                                        Wastestream Includes ethylene
                                                                                                        dichloride, 1.1,1-lrlchloro-
                                                                                                        ethane.  1.1,2-trichloroethane.
                                                                                                        tetrachloroethanes (1.1.2.2-
                                                                                                        tetrachloroethane and 1,1,1,2-
                                                                                                        tetrachloroethane), trlchloro-
                                                                                                        ethylene, tetrachloroethylene,
                                                                                                        carbon tetracMorlde,
                                                                                                        chloroform, vinyl chloride,
                                                                                                        vinylidene chloride.
                                                                                                        Wastestream includes antimony.
                                                                                                        carbon tetrachloride, and
                                                                                                        chloroform.
                                                                                                        Wastestream  includes phenol and
                                                                                                        tars (polycycllc aromatic hydro-
                                                                                                        carbons) .
                                                                                                        Wastestream includes phthalic
                                                                                                        anhydride and maletc anhydride.
                                                                                                        Wastestream includes phthalic
                                                                                                        anhydride and  1.4-naphthoqulnone
                                                                                                        Wastestream includes
                                                                                                        meta-dinitrobenzene and 2,4-
                                                                                                        dinotrotoluene.
                                                                                                        Wastestream includes
                                                                                                        paraldehyde,  pyridines, and
                                                                                                        2-picoline.

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                                                   Appendix *.  Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil  Volatility of ROW Wastes

W>i?>te Molecular
Code UdbtH Ndme Height
(g/mol)

Boiling
Point*
CO
V.ipor
Prfbsure
 25-C
(imiHg)
Solubility
in H^ Henry's
Log P* 0 2S*C Constant
(mg/1) (atmm^/mol)
Relative
Dry Soil
Volatility
Pvp" '" .
Relative
Uet Soil
Volatility


Reference/Conments
K021
K028
cr
00
K029
K030
              K032
                         Centrifuge  residue front toluene
                         diisocyanate production
                         Spent catalyst from the
                         hydrochlorinator reactor in
                         1,1,1 tCE  prediction
                         Haste from production steam
                         stripper in 1,1,1-Trichloro-
                         elhane production.
                         Column bottoms or heavy ends
                         from the combined production
                         of trichloroethylwie and
                         perchloroethylene.
              K031        By-products  salts generated
                         in the production of NSMA
                         and cacodylic acid.
           Uastewater treatment sludge
           from chlordane production
                                                  SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                  SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                  SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U  WASTE  CODES  FOK PROPERTY DATA.
                                                   SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER  P  OR U  WASTE  CODES FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                   SEE SPECIFIC  WASTE  UNDER  P OR  U WASTE CODES FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                 SEE SPECIFIC  WASTE  UNDER  P OR  U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
Wastestrean  includes toluene
diisocyanate, and toluene-2.4-
diamlne
Uastestream includes 1,1,1-
trlchloroethane and vinyl
chloride
Uastestream includes
1,2-dichloroethane, 1,1.1-tri-
chloroethane, vinyl chloride,
vinylidene chloride, and chloro-
form
Uastestream includes hexachloro-
benzene, hexachlorobutadiene,
hexachloroethane, 1.1,2-tetra-
chloroethane; 1,1,2.2-tetra
chloroethane; ethylene
dichloride
                                                                                                                                                                 Uastestream contains arsenic
Uastestream includes hexachloro-
cyclopentadiene
              K033
           Hastewater and scrub water
           from the chloririrftion of
           cyclopentadiene in the
           production of chlordane.
              K034
              K035
           Filter solids from filtration of
           hexachlorocyclopentadiene
           Wastcwater trealment sludges
           generated in the  production
           of creosote
                                                                 SEE SPECIFIC  WASTE  UNDER  P OR  U WASTE CODES FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                 StE  SPECIFIC WASTE  UNDtR P OR U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                                 SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE COOES FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
Uastestream includes hexachloro-
cyclopentadiene
Uastestream includes hexachloro-
cyclopentadiene
Uastestream includes creosote,
chrysene,  naphthalene, fluoran-
thene, benzo(b)fluoranthene,
benzo(a)pyrene. indeno(l,2,3-cd)
pyrene, benzo(a)anthracene,
dibenzo(a)anthracene, acenaph-
thalene
                                                                                                           i>tr.iuoljtion trim experimental value.

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1C
            K039
                                                Appendix A.  physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Sol) Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Waste
Code Waste Name
K036 Still bottoms from toluene
reclamation distillation
in the production of
disulfoton.
K037 Wastewater treatment sludges
from the production of
disulfoton.
K038 Wastewater from the washing
and stripping of phorate
profltM tion.
Vapor
Molecular Boiling Pressure
weight Point* * 25C log P*
(g/mol) (*C) (ran Hg)
SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U
SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U
SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U
Solubility Relative Relative
in HjO Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
9 25'C Constant Volatility Volatility
(mg/1) (atnuirVmol) P^HT1'* PvpW 1/2
WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
Reference/Comments
Wastestream includes toluene,
phosphorodithioic and phosphoro-
thioic acid esters
Uastestream includes toluene,
phosphorodithioic and phosphoro-
thiolc acid esters
Uastestream includes phorate,
formaldehyde, phosphorodithioic
and phosphorothloic acid esters
                       Filter cake  fum the
                       filtration of diethylphos-
                       phorodithioic acid in the
                       production of phorate.
                                       SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR  U WASTE CODES FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
            K040
Wastewater treatment sludge
from the production of phorate.
                                                              SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDEK P  OR U WASTE CODES  FOR PROPERTY  DATA.

                                                               SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
            K042
Heavy ends or distillation
residues from the distillation
of tetrachlorobenzerie in  the
production of 2,4,5-T.
                                                               SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER  P  OR U  WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
            K043
2,6-Dichlorophenol  waste fron the
production of 2,4-D
                                                               SEE SPECIFIC  WASTE  UNDER  P OR  U WASTE  CODES  FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                                                                                      Wastestream Includes phosphoro-
                                                                                                                                      dithioic and phosphorothioic
                                                                                                                                      acid esters
                                                                                                                                      Wastestream Includes phorate,
                                                                                                                                      formaldehyde,  phosphorodithioic
                                                                                                                                      and phosphorothloic acid esters
                                                                                                                                                              Uastestream includes toxaphene
                                                                                                                                       Wastestream includes hexachloro-
                                                                                                                                       benzene and ortho-
                                                                                                                                       dichlorobenzene
                                                                                                                                       Wastestream Includes
                                                                                                                                       2.4-dichlorophenol,
                                                                                                                                       2.6-dlchlorophenol, and 2.4.6-
                                                                                                                                       trlchlorophenol
            K044
Udstewater treatment sludges
from the manufacturing and
processing of explosives.
            K04S
Spent carbon from Wastewater
treatment in explosives production
    *Presented only if required for other calculations.
                                                               SEE SPECIFIC WASTE  UNDER  P OR  U WASTE CODES rOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                        SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U  WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                                   **Vapor pressure 9 25C   estimated via extrapolation  from experimental value.
                                                                                                                                                              Ho information on constituents.
                                                                                                                                                              No information on constituents.

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                                               Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical  Properties and Relative  Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Waste
Code Waste Name
K046 Uastewater treatment sludges
from the manufacturing,
formulation, and loading
of lead-based initiating
compounds .
K047 Pink/red water from TNT operations.
K048 Dissolved air flotation (DAF)
float from the petroleum refining
industry.
K049 Slop oil emulsion solids from the
petroleum refining industry.
O
K050 Heat exchanger bundle cleaning
sludge from the petroleum
refining industry.
K051 API separator sludge from the
petroleum refining industry.
K052 Tank bottoms (leaded) from
the petroleum refining
industry.
K060 Anmonia still lime sludge
from coking operations.
Vapor Solubility Relative Relative
Molecular Boiling Pressure in H^ Henry's Dry Soil Met Soil
Height Point* * 25C log P* * 25'C Constant Volatility Volatility
(g/mol) CO (nmHg) (mg/1) (atm^/mol ) P^Kr"4 V*r"2
SEE SPECIFIC HASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY.
StE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE COOES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE COOES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U WAS1E CODES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
Reference/Cements
Wastestream contains lead
Wastestream includes
dinttrotoluene isomers and
dlnitrobenzoic acid isomers.
Uastestream Includes
bexavalent chromium and lead.
Uastestream includes
hexavalent chromium and lead.
Uastestream includes
hexavalent chromfun.
Wastestream Includes
hexavalent chromium and lead.
Uastestream includes lead.
Uastestrean contains cyanide,
naphthalene, phenolic compounds,
and arsenic
Presented only if tuquircd for other calculations.
**Vapor pressure  ? 25"C   estimated  via extrapolation  from experimental value.

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                                                Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes

Waste
Code Waste Name

Molecular
Weight
(g/fflol)

Boiling
Point*

            K073
                       Brine purification muds from the
                       mercury cell process in
                       chlorine production, where
                       separately prcpurified brine
                       is not used.
                       Chlorinated hydrocarbon waste
                       from purification step of
                       diaphragm cell process using
                       graphite anodes in chlorine
                       production.
                                        SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE CODtS  FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                        SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                                                                                                                               Uastestream includes mercury
Uastestream contains chloroform,
carbon tetrachloride,
hexachloroethane,
trichlorocthane,
tetrachloroethylene, dichloro-
ethylene, t.l.Z.Z-tetrachloro-
ethane
            KOQ3        Still  bottoms from aniline
                       production
                                        SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U  WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY DATA.
 Wastestream contains aniline,
 diphenylamine, nitrobenzene,
 phenylenediamtne
            K084
            K085
Mdstowater  treatment sludges
generated during the production
of veterinary Pharmaceuticals
from arsenic or organo-arsenic
compounds
Distillation or  fractionation
column bottoms from the
production of chlorobenzenes
   *Presented only  if required for  other calculations
                                                               SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY DATA.
                                                               SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U  WASTE  CODES  FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                   **Vapor pressure 0 25C   estimated ia extrapolation from experimental value.
                                                                                                                                                               Uastestream contains arsenic
 Uastestream contains benzene,
 dichlorobenzenes, trichloro-
 benzenes, tetrachlorobenzenes,
 pentachlorobenzene,  hexachloro-
 benzene. benzyl chloride

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        Waste
        Code
                                             Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Hastes
                        Waste Name
                                 Molecular  Boiling
                                  Weight     Point*
                                  (g/mol)    ("C)
 Vapor
Pressure
 P 25C
(im> Hg)
        Solubility               Relative    Relative
        in HZ".       Henry's      Dry Soil    Wet Soil
log P*   t 2S*C     Constant      Volatility  Volatility
        (mg/1)    (atm-nrVmol)    Pyplir"4     -"-'/2
Reference/Comments
         K087        Decanter tank tar sludge  from
                    coking operations.
                                       SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE  COOES  FOR PROPERTV  DATA.
                                                                                Wastestreara Includes phenol,
                                                                                naphthalene, and polynuclear
                                                                                aromatic*
         K093        Distillation light ends from
                    production of phthalic anhydride
                    frcm o-xylene
         K094        Distillation bottoms from
                    production of phthalic anhydride
                    from o-xylene
         K095       Distillation bottoms from the
                    production of  1,1,1-trichloroethane
                                       SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U WASTE  COOES  FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                       SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U  WASTE  CODES  FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                        SEE SPECIFIC WASTE  UNDER  P OR  U WASTE CODES FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                                Uastestream contains phthalic
                                                                                anhydride and maleic anhydride
                                                                                Uastestream contains phthalic
                                                                                anhydride
                                                                                Uastestream contains 1,1,2-
                                                                                trichloroethane.  1,1,1.2-
                                                                                tetrachloroethane, 1,1.2.2-
                                                                                tetrachloroethane
cr.
r-o
         K096       Heavy ends from heavy ends column
                    from the production of 1,1,1-trichloroethane
                                               SEE SPECIFIC  WASTE  UNDER P OR  U WASTE CODES FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                                Uastestream contains 1,2-
                                                                                dichloroethane,  1.1.1-dlchloro-
                                                                                ethane. 1.1.2-trichloroethane
         K097       Vacuum stripper discharge from the chlordane
                    chlorinator in the production of chlordane
                                               SEE SPECIFIC  WASTE  UNDER P OR  U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                                                Uastestream contasln chlordane
                                                                                and heptachlor
         K098
Untreated process wastewater  from
production of toxaphene
         K099       Untreated wastewater from production
                    of 2,4 D
                                                                   SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                               SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P OR U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
                                                                                                                                                            Uastestream contains toxaphene
                                                                                 Uastestream contains
                                                                                 2,4-dichlorophenot and 2.4.5-
                                                                                 trichlorophenol
         K100
Waste leaching solution from acid
leaching of emission control  dust/
sludge from secondary lead smelting
         KI01
Distillation tar residues from the
distillation of aniline-based
cuipounds in the production of
veterinary Pharmaceuticals front
arsenic or organo arsenic compounds
 *Presented only if required for other calculations.
                                                                   SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER  P  OR U  WASTE  CODES  FOR PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                   SEE SPECIFIC WASTE  UNDER  P OR U  WASTE  CODES  FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                 **Vapor pressure ? 25C   estimated via extrapolation from experimental value.
                                                                                 Uastestream contains hexavalent
                                                                                 chromium, lead,  and cadmium
                                                                                                                                                             Uastestream contains arsenic

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                                             Appendix A.  Physical-Chemical Properties and Relative Soil Volatility of RCRA Wastes
Waste Holecular
Code Waste Name Weight
(g/mol)
K102 Residue from the use of activated
carbon for decolor) zation in the
production of veterinary Pharmaceu-
ticals from arsenic or organo-
arsenic compounds
KI03 Process residues from aniline
extraction from the production
of aniline
K104 Combined wastewater streams
generated from nitrobenzene/
aniline production
Vapor
Boiling Pressure
Point* 9 ZS'C log P*
CO (ran Hg)
SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER
SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER
SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER
Solubility Relative Relative
in HjO Henry's Dry Soil Wet Soil
0 25C Constant Volatility Volatility
(mg/1) (atnmrVmol) Pvpl*r1/4 Pvprl/2
P OR U WASTE COOES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
P OR U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
P OR U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY DATA.
Reference/Contents
Wastestream contains arsenic
Wastestream contains aniline,
nitrobenzene, and phenylene-
dfamlne
Wastestream contains aniline,
benzene, dlphenylamlne, nitro-
benzene, phenylenedlamine
        K105       Separated aqueous stream from the
                   reactor product washing step In
                   the production of chlorobenzenes
                                               SEE  SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER  P OR  U WASTE CODES FOR PROPERTY  DATA.
Wastestream contains benzene,
monochlorobenzene, dichloro-
benzenes,  and 2,4,6-trichloro-
phenol
        K106
Uastewater treatment sludge from
the mercury cell process in
chlorine production
                                                                   SEE SPECIFIC WASTE UNDER P  OR U WASTE  CODES  FOR  PROPERTY DATA.
                                                                                                                                                             Wastestream contains mercury
Presented only  if required for olher calculations.
                                                                 **Vapor pressure P 25C  estimated via extrapolation from experimental value.

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                          Footnote to Appendix A

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Appendix B.  RCRA Waste Categorization Based on Vapor Pressure
               (Volatility of Pure Substances)
Waste Name Ambient Vapor Presssure (torr)
@ 25C
Highly Volatile Wastes - Those
Carbonyl fluoride
Fluorine
Phosphine
Nitric oxide
Hydrogen sulfide
Bromomethane
Di chlorodi f 1 uoromethane
Formaldehyde
Ethene, chloro
Dime thy 1 ami ne
Methanethiol
Ethyl ene oxide
Phosgene
Cyanogen chloride
Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide
Acetal dehyde
2-Methylaziridine
Hydrofluoric acid
Nitrogen dioxide
Tri chl oromonofl uoromethane
Nitrogen (IV) oxide
Hydrofluoric acid
Hydrogen cyanide
Furan
1,1-Oichloroethylene
Ethyl ether
Methylene chloride
1,3-Pentadiene
Nickel carbonyl
Methyl iodide
Carbon di sulfide
Methylene bromide
Acetyl chloride
Chl oroacetal dehyde
N-Ni trosopyrrol i di ne
1 -Propanami ne
Acrolein
1,2-Dichloroethylene
Chloromethyl methyl ether
Methyl isocyanate
Acetone
Ethyl en imine
1,1-Oichloroethane
with ambient vapor pressures
permanent gas @ 25C
permanent gas @ 25C
permanent gas @ 25C
permanent gas @ 25C
15,200
5,300
4,830
4,433
2,660
1,596
1,520
1,294
1,215
1,000
944 test)
922.6 (est)
920
800
800
768
760
760
730
634
630.1
439.8
427.8
414
400
400
357
340
317
317
284
280
220
217
214
201
200.1
200
193.4
Waste Code
above 10 torr
U033
P056
P096
P076
U135
U029
U075
1)122
U043
U092
U153
U115
P095
P033
U160
U001
P067
U134
P078
U121
P078
U134
P063
U124
U078
U117
U080
U186
P076
U138
P022
U068
U006
P023
U180
U194
POOS
U079
U046
P064
U002
P054
U076
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                         Appendix B.  (Continued)
   Waste Name
Ambient Vapor Presssure (torr)
          @ 25C
Waste Code
Highly Volatile Wastes - (continued)

Chloroform                        172.1
1,1-Dimethylhydrazine             157
Tetrahydrofuran                   149
Tetrachloromethane                115.3
Methanol                          113.9
Methylchlorocarbonate             113
Acetonitrile                      100
Cyanogen bromide                  100
1,1,1-Trichloroethane             99.7
Acrylonitrile                     97.2
Ethyl acetate                     82.2
2-Butanone                        77.5
Benzene                           76
1,2-Dichloroethane                75.7
1,1,2-Trichloroethane             75
Trichloroethylene                 70
N-Melhyl-N'-ni tro-N-ni troso-
  guanidine                       69.1
1,2-Dimethylhydrdzine             68
1,2-Dichloropropane               50
Methylhydrazine                   49.6
Glycidylaldehyde                  42.6
Propanenitrile                    40
Ethyl aerylate                    40
1,4-Dioxane                       37
1,4-Diethylenedioxide             37
Trichloroacetaldehyde             35
N-Nitroso-N-methyl urea           33.5
Formic acid                       33.4
Methyl methacrylate               32
N-nitroso-N-methyl urethane       31.2
Dipropylarsine                    30
Diethylarsine                     30
Bis(chloromethyl) ether           30
Allyl alcohol                     28.1
1,3-Dichloropropane               28
                                    U044
                                    U098
                                    U213
                                    U211
                                    U154
                                    U156
                                    U003
                                    U246
                                    U?.26
                                    U009
                                    U112
                                    U159
                                    U019
                                    U077
                                    U227
                                    U228

                                    U163
                                    U099
                                    U083
                                    P068
                                    U126
                                    P101
                                    U113
                                    U152
                                    U108
                                    U034
                                    U177
                                    U123
                                    U162
                                    U178
                                    U110
                                    P038
                                    P016
                                    POOS
                                    U084
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                         Appendix B.  (Continued)
   Waste Name              Ambient Vapor Presssure (torr)     Waste Code
                                     @ 25C
Highly Volatile Wastes - (continued)

Toluene                           26.8                         U220
4-Pyridinamine                    25.8                         POOS
Paraldehyde                       25.3                         U182
Pyridine                          20                           U196
Ethylmethacrylate                 19                           U118
Crotonaldehyde                    19                           U053
N-nitroso-N-ethylurea             16.3                         UI76
N-Nitrosomethyl vinyl dmine       16                           P084
Hydrazine                         14.38                        U133
N-nitrosodiethanolamine           14.2                         U173
Tetranitromethane                 13                           P112
2-Nitropropane                    13                           U171
1-Chioro-2,3-epoxypropane         12                           U041
Chlorobenzene                     11.8                         U037
Ethylene dibromide                11                           U067
Osmium tetroxide                  10                           P087
Isobutanol                        10                           U140
4-Methyl-2-pentanone              10                           U161
2-Picoline                        10                           U191
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane         10                           U209
2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether         10                           U042
Tetrachloroethylene               10                           U210
Moderately Volatile Wastes -  Those with ambient vapor pressures in the
                              10~3 to 10 torr range

2-Propyn-l-ol                     9.56                         P012
Bromoacetone                      8.0                          P017
l,2:3,4-Diepoxybutane             7.52                         U085
Cyclohexane                       6.82                         U056
o-xylene                          6.60                         U239
n-Butanol                         6.50                         U031
Trichloromethanethiol             5.78                         P118
Bromoform                         5.60                         U225
Chloromethane                     5.0                          U045
Dimethylnitrosamine               4.87                         P082
Cyclohexanone                     4.57                         U057
Cumene                            4.50                         U055
Acrylic acid                      4.24                         U008
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Appendix B.  (Continued)
Waste Name Ambient Vapor Presssure (torr)
g 25C
Moderately Volatile Wastes -
N-Ni troso-di -n-butylami ne
1 , 4-Di chl oro-2-Butene
Pentachloroethane
m-xylene
p-xylene
Furfural
Benzene, 1,3,5-trinitro
Di chlorophenylarsi ne
Dimethyl carbamoyl chloride
m-Di chlorobenzene
Methapyrilene
N-Ni trosodiethy 1 ami ne
2,3,4, 6-Te trach 1 oropheno 1
o-Dichlorobttn/ene
D i ch 1 oroethy 1 ether
3-Chloropropioni tri le
Benzyl chloride
Benzenethiol
Benzotri chloride
Fluoroacetamide
Bis (2-chloroethoxy)methane
Bi s (2-chl oroi sopropyl ) ether
Aniline
p-Di chlorobenzene
Phenol
Hexachloroethane
Di i sopropyl f 1 uorophosphate
1 ,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane
Acetophenone
Cresol s
2 , 4-Di chl orophenoxyacet i c
acid
Toxaphene
Ethyl carbamate
Hexachloropropene
Ethylmethanesul fonate
Benzyl chloride
Nitrobenzene
5-Ni tro-o-tol u i di ne
a,a-Dimethylphenethylamine
Selenium dioxide
N-Nitrosopiperidine
Ammonium pi crate
(continued)
4.11
4.00
3.50
3.20
3.15
3.0
2.86
2.70
2.60
2.10
1.89
1.73
1.55
1.4b
1.40
1.33
1.25
1.0
1.0 P 45.8C)
0.88
0.88
0.85
0.85
0.67
0.62
0.60
0.58
0.513
0.49
0.43

0.40
0.40
0.36
0.34
0.33
0.30
0.30
0.28
0.28
0.16
0.244
0.23
Waste Code

U172
U074
U184
U239
U239
U125
U234
P036
U097
U071
U155
U174
U212
U070
U025
P027
P028
P014
U023
P057
U024
U027
U012
DO 72
U188
U131
P043
U066
U004
U052

P035
D015
U238
U243
U119
U017
U169
Ui81
P046
U204
UI79
P009
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Appendix B.  (Continued)
Waste Name Ambient Vapor Presssure (torr)
$ 25C
Moderately Volatile Wastes -
1 , 4-Naphthal enedi one
Tetraethyl lead
Hexach 1 orobutadi ene
Uracil ,5(bis-2-chloromethyl-
amino-)
Malononitrile
l-Acetyl-2-thiourea
2 , 4-Di chl orophenol
2. 4-Dimethyl phenol
4-Chl oro-o-tol u i di ne
p-Benzoquinone
Hexach 1 orocyc 1 opentadi ene
Safrole
Dinoseb
1-Naphthylamine
2-Naphthylamine
Nicotine
Naphthalene
2, 4, 5-Tri chl orophenol
p-Chloroaniline
Benzenesulfonyl chloride
Aery 1 amide
Isosafrole
Methyl parathion
2-Methyl acetonitrile
4 , 6-Di ni tro-o-cresol
2 ,6-Di chl orophenol
Tetraethyl dithiopyrophosphate
Dimethyl phthalate
Dial late
Diethylphthalate
4-Chl oro-m-cresol
B-Chloronaphthalene
Phenacetin
o.o-Diethyl (o-pyrazinyl)
phosphoroth i oate
2-Cydohexyl-4,6-
dinitrophenol
Saccharin
Pentachloronitrobenzene
(continued)
0.20
0.19
0.17

0.168
0.148
0.14
0.118
0.118
0.105
9 x 10~2
8 x 10~2
/ x 10-2
5.8 x 10~2
5.6 x 10~2
5.6 x 10~2
5.0 x 10~2
5.3 x 10-2
5.0 x 10~2
5.0 x 1CT2
4.0 x 10~2
3.0 x 10~2
2.6 x 10~2
2.5 x ID'2
2.4 x 10~2
1.8 x 10~2
1.7 x 10~2
1.5 x 10~2
1.0 x TO'2
8.8 x lO-3
8.1 x lO-3
5.8 x ID"3
5.6 x lO-3
3.2 x 10-3

3.0 x ID'3

2.9 x 10~3
2.7 x ID'3
2.4 x ID"3
Waste Code

U166
P110
U128

U237
U149
P002
U081
U101
U049
U197
U130
U203
P020
U167
U168
P075
U165
U230
P024
U020
U007
U141
P071
P069
P047
U082
P0109
U102
U062
U088
U039
U)47
U187

P040

U034
U202
U185
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                         Appendix B.   (Continued)
Waste Name Ambient Vapor Presssure (torr)
@ 25C
Moderately Volatile Wastes -
1,2,4, 5-Tetrachl orobenzene
Toluenediamine
N-Phenyl thiourea
p-Ni troaniline
5-Ami nomethy 1 -3-i soxazolol
Mercury
o-Toluidine hydrochloride
Octamethylpyrophosphorami de
Slightly Volatile Wastes -
(continued)
2.1 x 10~3
1.8 x 1(T3
1.6 x 10-3
1.5 x 10-3
1.4 x 10~3
1.3 x 1CT3
1.2 x 1CT3
1.0 x 10~3
Waste Code

U207
U221
P093
P077
P007
U151
U222
P085
Those with ambient vapor pressures in the
                                 to 10~3 torr range

fteserpine                         <10"3                        U200
Tris(2,3-dibromopropyl)
  phosphate                       <10-3                        U235
Phorate                           8.0 x 10"4                   P094
1,3-Propanesultone                6.4 x 10-4                   U193
Tetraethylpyrophosphate           4.7 x 10~4                   Pill
Pentachlorobenzene                4.1 x 10~4                   U183
Pronamide                         4.0 x 1Q-4            .       U192
l-(c-Chlorophenyl)thiourea        4.0 x 10"4                   P026
1,2-Benzenediol,4[l-hydroxy-
  2(methylaminoethyl)-            4.0 x 10~4                   P042
Ethylenebis(dithiocarbamic acid)  3.7 x 10~4                   U114
Heptachlor                        3.0 x 1Q-4                   P081
Nitroglycerin                     2.6 x 10~4                   P081
Phthalic anhydride                2.0 x 10~4                   U190
Disulfoton                        1.8 x 10~4                   P039
Thiofanax                         1.7 x lO"4                   P045
2,4-D                             1.6 x 10-4                   0016
Aldrin                            1.4 x lO"4                   P060
Azaserine                         1.3 x 10~4                   U015
Streptozotocin                    1.3 x ID"4                   U206
Pentachlorophenol                 1.1 x 10~4                   U242
ALdicarb                          1-0 x 10"4                   P070
Diethyl-p-nitrophenylphosphate    9.8 x 10~5                   P041
2,4-Dinitrotoluene                8.5 x 10~5                   U105
1,2-Diphenyl hydrazine            5.2 x 10~5                   U109
Maleic anhydride                  5.0 x 10~5                   U147
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Appendix B.  (Continued)
Waste Name Ambient Vapor Presssure (torr)
@ 25C
Waste Code
Slightly Volatile Wastes - (continued)
Hethomyl
Methyl thiouracil
Parathion
2,4,5-T
Bi s (2-ethy 1 hexy 1 ) phthal ate
Resorcinol
Hexachlorobenzene
Chlordane
Endosulfan
Bcnzidine
Lindane
Nonvolatile Wastes - Those with
10~5 torr
Phenylmercuric acetate
Dimethoate
Octachl orocamphene
Silvex
Aldrin
4,4'-Methylene bis(2-ch1oro-
aniline)
3-Me thy 1 chol an th rene
Hexachlorocyclohexane
Cycl ophosphami de
Ethyl ,4,4'-Dichlorobenzilate
Dieldrin
a-Naphthylthiourea
3,3-Dimethylbenzidine
Beryllium dust
2-Acetyl -1 -ami nof 1 uorene
Endrin
3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidine
DDU
DDT
Chlorambucil
3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine
2 , 4-Di chl orophenoxyacet i c
acid
Arsenic (Til) oxide
5.0 x ID"5
4.8 x 10~5
3.8 x 10-5
2.4 x 10~5
1.4 x 10~5
1.2 x ID"5
1.1 x 10~5
1.0 x 10-5
1.0 x 10~5
1.0 x 10~5
9.4 x lO"6
ambient vapor pressures
range
9.0 x 10-6
8.5 x ID"6
8.1 x 10-6
7.1 x 10-6
6.0 x 10-6

6.0 x 10-6
3.8 x 10-6
3.3 x 10-6
?.8 x 10-6
2.2 x 10-6
7.8 x 10- 7
5.1 x 10-7
2.9 x 10-7
2.7 x 10~7
2.1 x 10~7
2.0 x 10~7
1.9 x 10~7
1.5 x 10~7
1.5 x 10~7
1.4 x 10~7
1.1 x 10~7

1.0 x 10~7
8.3 x 10-8
P066
U164
P089
U232
U028
U201
U127
U036
P050
U021
0013
below

P092
P044
P123
U233
P004

U158
U157
U129
U058
1)038
P037
P072
U095
P015
U005
P051
U091
U060
U061
U035
U073

U240
P012
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                         Appendix  B.   (Continued)
   Waste Name
Ambient Vapor Presssure (torr)     Waste Code
          @ 25C
Nonvolatile Wastes -  (continued)

Di-n-oc Lylphthalate
Mytomycin C
Melphalan
3,4-Benzacridine
Benzo[a]pyrene
1,2-Benzanthracene
Dibenz[a,h]anthracene
Strychnine
Warfarin
7,12-Diemthylbenz[a,h]anthracene
Diethylstilbesterol
Hexachlorophene
Brucine
Chrysene
Daunomycin
4-Bromophenylphenylether
a,a-Dimethylbenzyl-
  hydroperoxide
6.8 x 10-8
4.1 x 10-8
4.0 x 10-8
8.0 x 10-1
1.8 x 10-1
1.0 x 10-1
5.2 x 10-H
1.2 x 10-H
1.0 x 10-H
3.9 x 10-12
2.1 x 10-12
1.0 x 10-12
1.0 x 10-12
1.0 x 10-13
9.4 x lO-l5
4.1 x 10-20
U107
U010
U150
U016
U022
U018
U063
P108
P001
U094
U089
U064
P018
U050
U059
U030
                                  1.1  x 10
                                          -24
                                    U096
Compounds with Negligible (but undetermined) Vapor Pressures
Thallium carbonate



Thallium sulfate

Lead phosphate

Lead subacetate

Thallium nitrate

Strontium sulfide

Zinc phosphide

Thallium (I) chloride
      Waste Code           Evidence

        U215       Melting point 273C,
                   decomposes to TljO, the
                   product boils at  1080C.

        PI 15       Melts at 632C.

        U145       Melting point at  1014C.

        U146       MeHing point at  475C.

        U217       Decomposes at 800C.

        P107       Melting point at  2000C.

        P122       Melting point at  1100C.

        LJ216       Vapor pressure  of 10  torr
                   at  507C.
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                         Appendix B.  (Continued)
Waste Name
                                 Waste Code
                   Ev i dence
Coroounds with Negligible (but undetermined) Vapor Pressures -  (continued)

Arsenic                            D004
Asbestos

Thallium selenite


Lead acetate


Calcium cyanide


Sodium cyanide


Aluminum phosphide

Copper cyanides

Zinc cydnide

Potassium cydnide

Vanadium pentoxidp


Thai lie oxide

Ammonium v.irwidate

S i 1 ver

Barium

Cadmi urn

Chromium

Ip.irt

'jo Ionium
           Vapor pressure of 1 torr at
           372C
U013       Melting point above 1000C.

PI 14       Melting point over 400C.


Ill44       Decomposes to the oxide
           above 280C.

U032       Decomposes to nonvolatile
           oxides at 200C.

P106       Vapor pressure  150 torr at
           800C.

P006       Melting point at  1350C.

P029       Melting point at  473C.

P121       Melting point at  800C.

P098       Melting point at  634C.

PI20       Decomposes at  1750C,
           melting point at  690C.

P113       Melting point at  717C

PI 19       Melting point at  200C

D011       Boiling point at  2000C

0005       Boiling point at  1600C

D006       Boiling point at  765C

D007       Boiling point at  2672C

D008       Boiling point at  1740C

D010       Boiling point at  685C
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Appendix C.  RCRA Waste Categorization Based on Aqueous Volatility
                        (Henry's Constant)
Waste Name
Highly Volatile Wastes - Values of
Bis(2-ethyl hexyl phthalate)
Cyanogen
Reserpine
Nickel carbonyl
Di ch 1 orodi f 1 uoromethane
Chloromethane
Chloroethene
Phosphine
Cyclohexane
2-Ni tropropane
Tri chl oromonofl uoromethane
2.3,4, 6-Tetrachl orophenol
1,3-Pentadiene
Pentachloroni trobenzene
Tetrachl oroethy 1 ene
Hexachloropropene
Tetrach 1 oromethane
Hexach 1 orocyc 1 open tad i ene
1 , 1-Dichloroethylene
Cumene
ODD
Carbon disulfide
Mercury
Hexach loroethane
Hexach 1 orobutadi ene
Trichloroethylene
3-Methylcholanthrene
1,2-Dichloroethylene (CIS)
Tol uene
Furan
Benzene
1,1-Dichloroethane
1,2-Dichloroethylene (trans)
o-Xylene
Bromomethane
Methyl iodide
1 , 1 , 1-Trichloroethane
Toxaphene
Methanethiol
Chlorobenzene
Henry's Constant
(atrtm^/mole)
H above 10~3
26.6
9.91
4.28
0.5
0.415
0.38
0.199
0.19
0.18
0.12
5.8 x ID'2
4.5 x ID-2
4.2 x 1C-2
2.9 x ID-2
2.87 x 10~2
2.5 x 10-2
2.13 x ID-2
1.60 x 1C-2
1.50 x ID'2
1.40 x 10-2
1.26 x ID"2
1.2 x 10-2
1.14 x ID-2
9.85 x ID"3
9.14 x 10~3
8.92 x 10~3
7.7 x 10-3
6.6 x 1C-3
6.64 x ID"3
5.7 x ID"3
5.55 x 10-3
5.45 x ID"3
5.32 x ID-3
5.27 x 10-3
5.26 x TO'3
5.0 x ID'3
4.92 x lO-3
4.89 x 10~3
4.0 x lO-3
3.93 x lO-3
Waste Code

U028
P031
U200
P073
U075
U045
U043
P096
U056
U171
U121
U212
U186
U185
U210
U243
U211
U130
U078
U055
U060
P022
D009
U131
U128
U228
U157
U079
U220
U124
U019
U076
U079
U239
U029
U138
U226
U224
U153
U037
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Appendix C.  (Continued)
Waste Name Henry's Constant Waste Code
(atm-m3/mole)
Hiqhlv Volatile Wastes - (continued)
Chloroform
Cyanogen chloride
Methylene chloride
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
1,1,1 ,2-Tetrachloroethane
4-Bromopropylphenylether
m-Dichlorobenzene
m-Xylene
p-Xylene
Hexach 1 orohexahydro-exo , exo-
dimethanonaphthal ene
p-Di chl orobenzene
Benzene, 1 ,3,5-trinitro
Pentachloroethane
Octachl orocamphene
c-Di chl orobenzene
Dimethyl carbamoylchloride
1 ,3-Dichloropropane
Hexachl orobenzene
Heptachlor
Pen tach 1 orobenzene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
1 ,2-Dichloroethane
Moderately Volatile Wastes - Values of
Ethyl ether
2-Cyclohexyl , 4, 6-di ni trophenol
N-Ni troso-di -n-buty 1 ami ne
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether
Ethyl ene di bromide
Bromoform
Aldrin
Naphthalene
1,1,2, 2-Tetrach 1 oroethane
N-nitroso-N-methyl urethane
Dipropylamine
Methyl ene bromide
B-Ch 1 oronaptha 1 ene
Methyl methacrylate

3.39 x 1CT3
3.2 x ICr3
3.19 x 10-3
2.8 x 10~3
2.76 x ID-3
2.74 x ID'3
2.63 x ID'3
2.55 x 10-3
2.51 x ICr3

2.49 x 10-3
2.37 x lO-3
2.3 x ID"3
2.17 x ID'3
2.01 x lO-3
1.94 x ID'3
1.8 x ID"3
1.77 x lO-3
1.7 x lO-3
1.48 x lO-3
1.3 x lO-3
1 . 18 x 10-3
1.10 x lO-3
H below ID"3 to 10~5
8.69 x 10-4
8.37 x 10-4
7.9 x 10-4
7.42 x 10-4
7.35 x 10-4
6.25 x 10-4
5.32 x 10~4
4.96 x 10-4
4.8 x 10-4
4.7 x ID"4
4.17 x lO"4
3.32 x 10-4
3.16 x 10-4
3.15 x 10-4
3.11 x ID'4

U044
P033
U080
U083
U208
U030
U071
U239
U239

P060
U072
U234
U184
P123
U070
P097
U084
U127
P059
U183
U227
U077

U117
P034
U172
U106
U042
U067
U225
P004
U165
U209
U178
U110
U068
U047
U162
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                     Appendix C.  (Continued)
Waste Name                      Henry's Constant        Waste Code
                                (atm-nrVmole)
Moderately Volatile Wastes - (continued)
Benzenethiol
Formaldehyde
Ethyl aery late
Bischloromethylether
Benzyl chloride
Dihydrosafrole
Dial late
Di noseb
Benzal chloride
5-Ni tro-o-tol u i di ne
1 ,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane
Ethyl Methacrylate
Tri s (2 , 3-di bromopropyl ) phosphate
4-Methyl -2-pentanone
Ethyl aery late
Benzotrichloride
Tetrahydrofuran
Tri chloromethylmercaptan
Bis-2-chloroisopropyl ether
1 ,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene
N-Nitrosopiperidine
Acrylonitrile
Methapyri 1 i ne
Acrolein
1 , 4-Di ch 1 oro-2-butene
Tr i chl oroacetal dehyde
Osmium tetroxide
N-Ni trosomethyl vi ny 1 ami ne
Kepone
DDT
Nitroglycerin
Chlordane
Diethylphthalate
1 -Ch 1 oro-2 , 3-epoxypropane
Para! dehyde
Ethylene oxide
Di chl oroethy 1 ether
Cyclohexanone
Endosulfan
Propanenitrile
2-Butanone

3.10 x ID"4
2.92 x 10-4
2.71 x 10-4
2.50 x 10-4
2.36 x 10-4
2.30 x 10-4
1.99 x 10~4
1.82 x 10~4
1.70 x 10-4
1.67 x ID'4
1.59 x 10-4
1.49 x 10~4
1.46 x ID"4
1.32 x 10-4
1.20 x 10-4
1.12 x 10~4
1.08 x 10~4
1.04 x 10-4
1.03 x ID"4
1.0 x 10-4
9.78 x 10~5
9.2 x 10~5
7.6 x ID"5
6.79 x 10~5
6.78 x 10~5
6.77 x 10-4
5.86 x 10~5
5.65 x 10-5
5.6 x 10-5
5.2 x ID"5
5.18 x 10-5
4.8 x 10~5
4.75 x 10-5
3.8 x 10~5
3.66 x 10~5
3.63 x 10~5
2.58 x 10~5
2.56 x 10-5
2.5 x ID'5
2.4 x lO"5
2.4 x 10~5

P014
U122
U113
P016
P028
U090
U062
P020
U017
U181
U066
U118
U235
U161
U112
U023
U213
P118
U027
U207
U179
U009
U135
P003
U074
U034
P087
P084
U142
U061
P081
U036
U088
U041
U182
UU5
U025
U057
P050
P101
U159
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Appendix C.  (Continued)
Waste Name
Moderately Volatile Wastes
2-Picoline
Ni trobenzene
Methyl aziridine
Hydrofluoric acid
1 -Propanami ne
2,6-Dichlorophenol
a,o-Dimethylphenethylamine
Acetophenone
2,4-Ditnethylphenol
Crotonaldehyde
N-Ni trosopyrrol i di ne
Dieldrin
Ethylenimine
Safrole
Isobutanol
4-Chloro-o-toluidine
Sliqhtly Volatile Wastes -
Chloromethyl methylether
Di i sop ropy 1 fl uorophosphate
Pronamide
oo-Di ethyl -o-pyraz i ny 1 -
phosphorothioate
a-Toluidine hydrochloride
Airmoniun Picrate
Oi -n-propyl ni trosami ne
n-Butanol
Acetone
Tetranitromethane
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol
2 , 4-Di chl orophenol
Phorate
N-Ni troso-N-ethylurea
2-Naphthalamine
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
Ch 1 oroaceta 1 dehyde
o-Chlorophenol
4-Pyridinamine
Endrin
Henry's Constant Waste Code
(atnwr^Anole)
- (continued)
2.4 x ICr5
2.4 x 10~5
2.22 x ID-5
2.0 x 10-5
2.0 x ID"5
2.0 x 10~5
1.86 x 10~5
1.41 x ID"5
1 . 18 x 10~5
1 . 13 x 10~5
1.13 x 10~5
1.1 x 10-5
1.1 x lO-5
1.08 x 10~5
1.03 x 10-5
1.02 x 10-5
Values of H from 10~5 to 10~7
9.12 x 10-6
9.1 x 10-6
9.0 x 10-6

8.58 x 10-6
7.55 x 10-6
7.4 x 10-6
7.2 x 10-6
7.0 x 10~6
6.8 x 10-6
6.33 x 10-6
6.0 x 10-6
5.62 x 10-6
5.47 x 10~6
5.4 x ID'6
5.4 x 10-6
4.82 x ID"6
4.7 x 10-6
4.7 x 10-6
4.4 x 10~6
4.2 x 10-6

U191
U169
P067
U134
U194
U082
P046
U004
U101
U053
U180
P037
P054
U203
U140
U049

U046
P043
U192

P040
U?22
P009
Ulll
U031
U002
P112
U230
U081
P094
U176
U168
U231
P023
U048
POOS
P051
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Appendix C.  (Continued)
Waste Name
Slightly Volatile Wastes -
1 -Naphtha 1 ami ne
Isosafrole
Furfural
1 ,4-Naph thai enedi one
3-Chloropropionitrile
Ally! alcohol
Dimethyl sulfate
Aniline
p-Chloroaniline
Methyl hydrazine
Disulfoton
Acetonitrile
N-Ni troso-N-methylurea
Cresols
Phenacetin
4 , 6-D i n i t ro-o-creso 1
Phenol
Parathion
Methanol
Di butyl phthal ate
p-Nitroaniline
Bromoacetone
Indeno [1,2,3,-cd] pyrene
1 ,4-Diethylenedioxide
1 ,4-Dioxane
N-Ni trosodi ethyl ami ne
Hydrazine
Selenium dioxide
Ethyl-4,4'-dichlorobenzilate
Glycidylaldeyde
p-Benzoquinone
Lindane
Pentachlorophenol
Hydrocyanic acid
Formic acid
Acrylic acid
a-Hexach 1 orocyc 1 ohexane
Di-n-octyl phthal ate
4-Chloro-m-cresol
Bi s-2-ch 1 oromethoxymethane
Dimethylphthalate
Henry's Constant
(atm-m^/mole)
(continued)
4.1 x 10-6
4.08 x 10-6
3.6 x 10-6
3.6 x 10-6
3.5 x 10-6
3.47 x 10-6
3.37 x 10-6
3.07 x 10-6
3.0 x 10-6
3.0 x 10-6
2.59 x 10-6
2.47 x 10-6
2.20 x 10-6
2.0 x 10-6
1.4 x 10-6
1.4 x 10-6
1.3 x lO-6
1.21 x 10-6
1.1 x 10-6
1.09 x 10-6
1.0 x 10-6
9.9 x 10~7
7.2 x 10-7
7.14 x 10-7
7.0 x 10-7
6.0 x 10-7
6.0 x 10-7
6.0 x 10-7
5.89 x 10~7
5.80 x 10-7
5.0 x 10~7
4.93 x 10-7
4.8 x ID'7
4.65 x 10-7
4.4 x 10-7
4.0 x 10~7
3.16 x 10~7
3.0 x ID"7
2.83 x 10-7
2.77 x 10-7
2.10 x 10-7
Waste Code

U167
U141
U125
U166
P027
POOS
U103
U012
P024
P068
P039
U003
U177
U052
U187
P047
U188
P089
U154
U069
P077
P017
U137
'U108
U152
U174
1)133
U204
U038
U126
U197
D013
U242
P063
U123
U008
U129
U107
U039
U024
UI02
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                     Appendix C.   (Continued)
Waste Name                      Henry's Constant         Waste Code
                                (atm-m^/mole)
Sliqhtly Volatile Wastes - (continued)
Methyl parathion
Sacchari n
Methylthiouracil
Nicotine
N-Phenylthiourea
4,4'-Methylenebis(2-chloroaniline)
Bromoacetone
Malononitrile
Nonvolatile Wastes - Values of H below
2 , 4-Di ni trotol uene
2,4-D
Dimethyl ami ne
2,4,5-T
Ethyltnethanesulfonate
Dimethyl nitrosamine
Chlornaphazine
1 - (a-Ch 1 oropheny 1 th i ourea)
Ethyl carbamate
1,2,7, 8-Di benzopyrene
2-Propyn-l-ol
Benzidine
Si 1 vex
Aery 1 amide
l,2:3,4-Diepoxybutene
n-Nitrosodiethanolamine
3,4-Benzacridine
Pyridine
1,2-Benzanthracene
Di ethyl -p-ni tropheny 1 phosphate
Fluoroacetamide
Toluenediamine
3,3'-Dimethylbenzidine
Benzo[a]pyrene
7, 12-Dimethylbenz[A]anthracene
3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine
Pheny Imercuri cacetate
Thiofanox
2-Acety 1 ami nof 1 uorene
Mitomycin C
Cyclophosphamide

1.97 x 10-7
1.90 x 10~7
1.80 x 10~7
1.6 x 10~7
1.47 x 10~7
1.40 x 10-7
1.17 x ID'7
1.0 x 10~7
io-7
7.6 x 10-*
7.5 x IO-8
5.9 x IO-8
3.44 x IO-8
3.14 x IO-8
3.0 x IO-8
2.8 x IO-8
2.51 x IO-8
2.0 x IO-8
2.0 x IO-8
2.0 x IO-8
1.91 x IO-8
1.80 x ID"8
1.49 x IO-8
1.02 x lO"8
8.0 x 10~9
7.0 x IO-9
7.0 x 10-9
3.4 x 10~9
2.83 x IO-9
2.33 x IO-9
2.30 x ID'9
1.75 x IO-9
1.38 x ID"9
1.03 x IO-9
1.0 x IO-9
1.0 x 10~9
9.37 x ID'10
4.4 x IO-10
2.5 x IO-10
2.37 x ID'10

P071
U202
U164
P075
P093
U158
P017
U149

U105
P035
U092
U232
U119
P082
U026
P026
U238
U064
P102
U021
U233
U007
U085
U173
U016
U196
U018
P041
P057
U221
U095
U022
U094
U073
P092
P045
U005
U101
U058
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Appendix C.  (Continued)
Waste Name

Nonvolatile Wastes - (continued)
a-naphthyl thiourea
Urcil,5[Bis-2-chloromethylamino]
Aldicarb
Dibenz[AH]anthracene
Methomyl
Dimethoate
Etylenebis(dithiocarbamic acid)
2-Methylacetonitrile
4-Nitrophenol
Maleic anhydride
Phthalic anhydride
Diethylstilbesterol
2,4-0 salts and esters
3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidine
1,3-Propane sultone
1,2-Diphenylhydrazine
Strep tozotocin
Melphalan
Chlorambucil
Arsenic III oxide
Chrysene
5- (Ami nomethyl ) -3-i soxazolol
Resorcinol
Strychnine
Warfarin
Brucine
Hexachlorophene
Daunomycin
Henry's Constant
(atm-mS/mole)

2.26 x ID'10
1.0 x ID"10
1.0 x 10~10
1.0 x 10-10
1.0 x lO'10
1.0 x lO'10
1.0 x lO'10
1.0 x ID'10
1.0 x ID"10
1.0 x lO'10
1.0 x 10-10
5.1 x 10-11
t i
3.6 x 10-'1
1.0 x 10'11
1.0 x lO'11
1.0 x 10'11
1.0 x lO'11
1.0 x lO'11
2.1 x 10'12
1.7 x 10~12
1.0 x ID'12
1.0 x lO'13
1.0 x lO'13
1.0 x lO"14
1.0 x 10~15
1.0 x 10-18
1.0 x 10-18
2.2 x 10~19
Waste Code


P072
U237
P070
U063
P066
P044
U114
P069
U170
U147
U190
U089
U240
U091
U193
U109
U206
U150
U035
P012
U050
P007
U201
P108
P001
P018
U132
U059
Wastes with no Henry's Constant Value Available
Chromium
Arsenic
Lead
Cadmium
Barium
Acetaldehyde
Selenium
Silver
Arsenic acid
Sodium cyanide










D007
0004
D008
D006
D004
U001
0010
0011
P010
P106
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                         Appendix C.   (Continued)
    Waste Name                      Henry's Constant        Waste Code
                                    (atm-m^/mole)
Wastes with no Henry's Constant Value Available -  (continued)

2,4-Dinitrophenol                                              P048
Benzenesulfonyl chloride                                       U020
2.4.STP Silvex                                                 D017
Lindane                                                        D013
Aluminum phosphide                                             P006
Copper cyanide                                                 P029
Dichlorophenyl arsine.                                         P036
Zinc cyanide                                                   P121
Nickel cyanide                                                 P074
Potassium cyanide                                              P098
Nitrogen dioxide                                               P078
Tetraethyl lead                                                PI 10
Tetraethyl pyrophosphate                                       Pill
Bromine cyanide                                                U246
Bis(dimethylthiocarbamoyldisulfide)                            U244
Silver cyanide                                                 P104
Nitric oxide                                                   P076
Calcium chromate                                               U032
Calcium cyanide                                                P021
Endothal1                                                      P088
Acetyl chloride                                                U006
Dimethyl aminoazobenzene                                        U093
Auramine                                                       U014
Octamethylpyrophosphoramide                                    P085
N,N-Diethylhydrazine                                           U086
a,a-Diethyl-S-methyl-dithiophosphate                          U087
Azaserine                                                      DO15
Epinephrine                                                    P042
cx.a-Dimethylbenzeylhydroperoxide                               U096
Tetraethyl dithiopyrophosphate                                  PI09
Arsenic V oxide                                              .  P011
Carbonyl fluoride                                              U033
Mercuric fulminate                                             P065
Strontiun sulfide                                              P107
Potassium silver cyanide                                       P099
Hexaethyl tetraphosphate                                       P062
Diethyl arsine                                                 P038
Thallium selenate                                              PI 14
Selenourea                                                     P'03
l-Acetyl-2-Thiourea                                            P002
Toluenediisocyanate                                            U223
Hydrogen sulfide                                               U135
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                         Appendix C.  (Continued)
    Waste Name                      Henry's Constant        Waste Code
                                    (atm-itrVmole)
Wastes with no Henry's Constant Value Available - (continued)

Trypan blue                                                    U236
Zinc phosphide                                                 P122
1,2-Dimethylhydrazine                                          U099
Methyl isocyanate                                              P064
Amitrole                                                       U011
1,1-Dimethylhydrazine                                          U098
Iron dextran                                                   U139
Thallium I acetate                                             U214
Thiosemicarbazide                                              PI 16
Thallium I carbonate                                           U215
Thalloas sulfate                                               PI 15
Ethylene thiourea                                              U116
Dimethylcarbamoylchloride                                      U097
Lasiocarpine                                                   U143
N-Methyl-N'-nitro-N-nitrosoguanidine                           U163
Amnoniun vanadate                                              Pi 19
Sodium azide                                                   P105
Phosgene                                                       P095
Sulfur selenide                                                U205
Hydroxydimethylarsineoxide                                     U136
Phosphorus sulfide                                             U189
Fluorine                                                       P056
Barium cyanide                                                 P013
Sodium fluoroacetate                                           P058
Beryllium dust                                                 P015
Vanadium pentoxide                                             PI20
MethyIchlorocarbonate                                          U156
Lead phosphate                                                 U145
Maleic hydrazide                                               U148
Lead subacetate                                                U146
Thallium I nitrate                                             U217
Thallium I chloride                                            U216
Thioacetamide                                                  U218
Asbestos                                                       U013
Methylethyl ketone peroxide                                    U160
Thiourea                                                       U219
Lead acetate                                                   U144
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Appendix D.  RCRA Waste Categorization Based on Relative Soil Volatility
Waste Name
Waste Code
Highly Volatile Wastes - Those with relative soil
than
Formaldehyde
Cyanogen
Bromomethane
Di chl orodi f 1 uoromethane
Ethene, chloro
Methanethiol
Ethyl ene oxide
Hydrofluoric acid
Cyanogen chloride
Phosgene
Hydrocyanic acid
Acetaldehyde
Nitrogen dioxide
Furan
Tr i ch 1 oromonofl uoromethane
1 , 1 -D i ch 1 oroethy 1 ene
Ethyl ether
Pen tad i ene
Methylene chloride
Carbon disulfide
1 -Propanami ne
Ch 1 oroace ta 1 deny de
Acetyl chloride
Trans-1 ,2-dichloroet.>ylene
Acrolein
Methyl iodide
Nickel carbonyl
Ethylenimine
N-ni trosopyrrol i di ne
Methyl i socyanate
Acetone
Chloromethyl methylether
Cis-l,2-dichloroethylene
1 , 1 -Dimethyl hydrazi ne
Methanol
1,1-Dichloroethane
Tetrahydrofuran
Chloroform
Acetonitrile
Acrylonitrile
2-Methylaziridine
1
U1Z2
P031
U029
U075
U043
U153
U115
U134
P033
P095
P063
U001
P078
U124
U121
U078
U117
U186
U080
P022
U194
P023
U006
U079
P003
U138
P073
P054
U180
P064
U002
U046
U079
U098
U154
U076
U213
U044
U003
U009
P067
Relative Soil Volatility
volatility greater

809.4
551.9
544.0
439.1
336.5
219.4
195.1
179.0
152.4
143.7
140.5
139.1
118.0
76.9
65.6
64.0
62.8
50.2
46.4
41.0
36.0
35.8
35.7
35.7
34.5
33.6
30.6
30.0
28.4
26.7
26.3
23.8
22.0
20.3
20.1
19.4
17.6
15.8
15.6
13.4
12.2
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                         Appendix D.  (Continued)
    Waste Name                Waste Code          Relative Soil Volatility
Highly Volatile Wastes - (continued)

Methylchlorocarbonate           U156                      11.6
Benzene                         U019                      11.4
2-Butanone                      U159                      10.6
1,1,1-Trichloroethane           U226                      10.1
Bromine cyanide                 U246                       9.71
Tetrachloromethane              U211                       9.29
1,2-Dimethylhydrazine           U099                       8.78
Ethyl acetate                   U112                       8.76
1,2-Dichloroethane              U077                       7.61
Methyl hydrazine                P068                       7.31
Trichloroethylene               U228                       6.26
N-methyl-N'-nitro-N-
 nitroso-isoguanidine           U163                       5.70
Propane nitrile                 P101                       5.39
Glycidylaldehyde                U126                       5.02
Formic acid                     U123                       4.93
1,2-Dichloropropane             U083                       4.70
Dipropylamine                   U110                       4.33
1,4-Dioxane                     U152                       3.99
1.4-Diethylene dioxide          U108                       3.94
Ally! alcohol                   POOS                       3.69
Methyl methacrylate             U162                       3.55
Methylene bromide               U068                       3.47
Hydrogen sulfide                U135                       3.43
Ethyl acrylate                  U113                       3.40
Bis(chloromethyl)ether          P016                       3.39
N-nitroso-N-rothylurea          U177                       3.30
2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether       U042                       2.95
Trichloroacety 1 aldehyde         U034                       2.89
Toluene                         U220                       2.79
N-nitroso-n-methylurethane      U178                       2.72
4-Pyridinamine                  P008                       2.66
1,3-Oichloropropane             U084                       2.63
Diethylarsine                   P038                       2.59
Hydrazine                       U133                       2.54
Crotonaldehyde                  U053                       2.27
Pyridine                        U196                       2.25
Paraldehyde                     U182                       2.20
1-Chloro-2,3-epoxypropane       U041                       2.00
4-Methyl-2-pentanone            U161                       1.90
tthylmethacrylate               U118                       1.78
1,1,2-Trichloroethane           U227                       1.64
2-Nitropropane                  U171                       1.60
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                         Appendix D.   (Continued)
    Waste Name                Waste Code          Relative Soil  Volatility
Highly Volatile Wastes - (continued)

N-nitroso-N-ethylurea           U176                        1.51
2-Propyn-l-ol                   P102                        1.28
N-Nitrosodiethanolamine         U173                        1.28
Isobutanol                      U140                        1.16
Chlorobenzene                   U037                        1.11
2-Picoline                      U191                        1.04

Moderately Volatile Wastes - Those with relative soil  volatility from 1
                             to 10-3

Tetranitromethane               PI 12                         9.3  x 1(H
1,2,3,4-Diepoxybutane           1)085                         8.1  x 1CT1
Ethylene dibromide              U067                         8.1  x 10"1
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane       U208                         7.7  x 10-1
n-Butanol                       U031                         7.6  x 10'1
Cyclohexane                     U056                         7.4  x 1CT1
Chloromethane                   U045                         7.1  x 1(H
Osmiumtetraoxide                P087                         6.3  x 1(H
Dimethylnitrosamine             P082                         5.7  x 1(H
Acrylic acid                    U008                         5.0  x lO"1
Bromoacetone                    P017                         4.7  x 10'1
Trichloromethyl mercaptan       PI 18                         4.7  x 10-1
Cyclohexanone                   U057                         4.6  x KT1
Cumene                          U055                         4.1  x 1CT1
l,4-Dichloro-2-butene           U074                         3.6  x 1(H
Bromoform                       U225                         3.5  x 10'1
N-nitroso-di-n-butylamine       U172                         3.3  x KT1
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane       U209                         3.2  x 10'1
m-Xylene                        U239                         3.1  x ID'1
p-Xylene                        U239                         3.1  x KT1
Dimethylamine                   U092                         3.0  x 1(H
o-Xylene                        U239                         2.7  x ID"1
Pentachloroethane               U184                        2.5  x 1(H
Dimethyl carbonyl chloride      P097                         2.5  x 10"1
Furfural                        U125                         2.4  x 10'1
Benzene, 1,3,5-trinitro         U234                         2.0  x 1(H
m-DiChlorobenzene               U071                         1.7  x 1(H
N-Ni trosodiethyl ami ne           U174                         1.7  x 1C)-1
Benzenethiol                    P014                         1.4  x 1
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Appendix D.  (Continued)
Waste Name
Moderately Volatile Wastes -
Benzylchloride
Fluoroacetimide
2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol
Aniline
Toxaphene (technical
chlorinated canphene)
Bi s (2-chloroethoxy)methane
o-Chlorophenol
1 ,2-8enzanthracene
Bis (2-chl oroi sopropy 1 ) ether
Phenol
Dimethyl sulfate
p-Dichlorobenzene
Acetophenone
Di i sopropy 1 f 1 uorophosphate
o-Cresol s
Hexachloroethane
Ethyl carbamate
Di -N-propy 1 ni trosami ne
1 ,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane
Ethylmethane sulfonate
Hexachl oropropene
Benzal chloride
Naphthalene
N-Ni trosopi peri di ne
5-Ni tro-o-tol ui di ne
a.a.-Dimethylphenethylen-
amine
Dihydrosafrole
Nitrobenzene
Malononitrile
1,2,3-Propanetriol ,
trinitroate
m-Cresol s
Hexach 1 orobu tad i ene
1 ,4-Napthalenedione
p-Cresol s
Amronium pi crate
Selenium dioxide
l-Acetyl-2-thiourea
Benzotrichloride
1,4-Dimethyl phenol
Uracil, 5[bis(2-chloromethyl)
ami no]
Waste Code
(continued)
P028
P057
U212
U012

D015
U024
U048
U018
U027
U188
U103
U072
U004
P043
U052
U131
U238
Ulll
U066
U119
U243
U017
U165
U179
U181

P046
U090
U169
U149

P081
U052
U128
U166
U052
P009
U204
P002
U023
U101
-
U237
Relative Soil Volatility

1.1 x 1
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                         Appendix D.   (Continued)
Waste Name
Moderately Volatile Wastes
Tetraethyl lead
2 , 4 , -Di chlorophenol
4-Ch 1 oro-o-tol u i dene
p-Benzoquinone
Safrole
Hexachl orocycl opentadi ene
1-Napthalamine
2-Napthalamine
Nicotine
Aery 1 amide
Dinosob (2,4-dinitro-6-
secbutyl -phenol )
2, 4, 5-Tri chlorophenol
Benzene sulfonyl chloride
2-Methylacetonitrile
4-Brcmophenyl phenyl ether
Isosafrole
Toluene diisocyanate
Methyl parathion
Toluene diamine
p-Chloroanil ine
N-phenylthiourea
2,6-Dichlorophenyl
4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol
(and salts)
2, 4, 6-Tri chlorophenol
Slightly Volatile Wastes -
Waste Code
- (continued)
P110
U081
U049
U197
U203
U130
U167
U168
P075
U007

P020
U230
U020
P069
U030
U141
U223
P071
U221
P024
P093
U082

P047
U231
Those with relative
Relative Soil Volatility

1.1 x 1CT2
*.,. * IV
8.8 x 10-3
8.7 x 10~3
J>u * ,v
4.8 x 1C-3
4.7 x ID'3
,.,  ,
4.4 x 1CT3
3.9 x 10'3

3.7 x 10-3
3.5 x 1Q-3
3.0 x 10-3
2.6 x 1CT3
2.6 x 1(T3
2.0 x 10-3
1.7 x 10-3
1.6 x 10-3
,. - ,
1.3 x ID'3
1.3 x 10~3
..^ * ,v

1.3 x 10'3
1.1 x ID'3
soil volatility below
                           10-3 to 10-6

Tetraethyldithiopyrophosphate   P109                        9.9 x 10~4
a, a-Dimethy1benzo-
 hydroperoxide                  U096                        8.9 x 10~4
Oiethyl phthalate               U088                        5.4 x 10~4
4-Chloro-m-cresol               U039                        4.9 x 10~4
Dial late                        U062                        4.8 x 10~4
B-Chloronapthalene              U047                        4.1 x 1(T4
p-Nitroaniline                  P077                        3.4 x 10'4
Phenacetin                      U187                        2.6 x 10"4
Dimethylphthalate               U102                        2.6 x 10"4
Saccharin and salts             U202                        2.0 x 10~4
o,o-Di ethyl-o-pyraz i ny1phos-
  phorothioate                  P040                        1.9 x 10~4
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Appendix D.  (Continued)
Waste Name
Waste Code
Relative Soil Volatility
Slightly Volatile Wastes - (continued)
2-Cyc1ohexy]-4,6-dinitropheno1
1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene
Pentachloroni trobenzene
5- (Ami nomethyl )-3-i soxazolol
o-Toluidine hydrochloride
Mercury
Di butyl phthalate
Octamethylpyrophosphoramide
1,3-Propane sultone
Phorate
Reserpine
Tris(2,3-dibrcmopropyl)
phosphate
1 - (o-Ch 1 oropheny 1 ) th i oruea
Tet raethy 1 py rophospate
1 ,2-Benzenediol , 4-[hydroxy-
2-(methylamino)ethyl)
Pentachlorobenzene
Ethylenebis(diethiocarbonic
acid)
Promami de
Phosphine
Heptachlor
Thiofanox
Phthalic anhydride
Disulfoton
Resorcinol
2,4-D
Azaserine
Strep tozotocin
Hexahc 1 orohexahydro , exo , exo
d i me thanonaph tha 1 ene
Aldicarb
Pentachlorophenol
2 , 4-Di ni trotol uene
Maleic anhydride
Diethyl-p-nitrophenyl
phosphate
Methyl thiouracil
1,2-Diphenylhydrazine
P034
U207
U185
P007
U222
U151
U069
P085
U193
P094
U200

U235
P026
Pill

P042
U183

U114
U192
P026
P059
P045
U190
P039
U201
P035
U015
U206

P060
P070
U242
U105
U147

P041
U164
U109
1.8 x 10-4
1.5 x lO-4
1.4 x 10-4
1.3 x 10-4
1.0 x 10-4
9.2 x 10-5
6.0 x 10-5
5.9 x 10-5
5.8 x 10-5
5.0 x 10-5
>4.1 x 10-5

<3.8 x 10-5
3.0 x 10-5
2.8 x ID'5

2.8 x 10~5
2.6 x 10-5

2.5 x 10-5
2.5 x 10-5
2.4 x 10~5
1.6 x ID'5
1.2 x 10-5
1.2 x 10~5
1.1 x 10-5
1.1 x 10-5
1.1 x 10~5
9.5 x 10-6
7.8 x 10-6

7.3 x ID'6
7.3 x 10-6
6.7 x 10~6
6.3 x ID"6
5.1 x ID'6

4.7 x 10~6
4.0 x ID"6
3.9 x ID'6
             90

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Appendix D.  (Continued)
Waste Name Waste Code - Relative Soil Volatility
Slightly Volatile Wastes - (continued)
Methomyl
4-Nitrophenol
Parathion
2,4,5'-T
Nonvolatile Wastes - Those with
Benzidine
Bis-(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate
Hexach 1 orobenzene
Dimethoate
Endosulfan
Phenyl mercuric acetate
Chlorodane, tech
Si 1 vex
Octachl orocamphene
4,4'-Methylenebis (2-
chloroaniline)
Aldrin
Chlornaphazine
3-Methchol anthrene
a-hexachlorocyclohexane
Cyclophosphamide
Ethyl 4,4'-dichlorobenzilate
Beryllium dust
Dieldrin
a-Naphthyl thiourea
3,3-Dimethylbenzidine
2-Acetylaminoflourene
3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidine
Endrin
ODD
Chloroambucil
DDT
3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine
Arsenic (III) oxide
Di-n-octylphthalate
Melphalan
Mitomycin C
P066 3.9 x 10~6
U170 3.3 x lO'6
P089 2.2 x 10~6
U232 1.5 x 10~6
relative soil volatility below 10"^
U021 7.4 x 10~7
U028 7.0 x 10"7
U127 6.5 x 10-7
P044 5.6 x 10~7
P050 5.0 x ID"7
P092 4.9 x 10-7
U036 4.9 x 10~7
U233 4.3 x 10~7
P123 3.9 x 10~7

U158 3.7 x 10~7
P004 3.1 x 10~7
U026 2.7 x 10-7
U157 2.3 x 10~7
U129 1.9 x 10~7
U058 1.7 x 10~7
U038 . 1.2 x 10-7
P015 9.0 x 10-8
P037 4.0 x 10-8
P072 3.6 x 10-8
U095 2.0 x 10-8
U005 1.4 x ID"8
U091 1.2 x 10-8
P051 1.0 x ID"8
U060 8.4 x lO-9
U035 8.0 X ID"9
U061 8.0 x 10-9
U073 7.0 x 10~9
P012 5.9 x ID'9
U107 3.5 x ID"9
U150 2.3 x 10-9
U010 2.2 x ID'9
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                         Appendix D.  (Continued)
    Waste Name                Waste Code          Relative Soil Volatility
Nonvolatile Wastes - (continued)

3,4-Benzacridine                U016                        5.3 x lO'11
Benzo(a)pyrene                  U022                        1.2 x TO"11
1,2-Benzanthracene              U108                        6.6 x 10'12
Ideno[l,2,3-CD]pyrene           U137                        6.0 x 10~12
Dibenzo[a,h]anthracene          U063                        3.1 x 10"12
Strychnine and salts            P018                        6.6 x 10"13
Warfarin                        P001                        5.7 x 1(T13
7,12-Dimethylbenz[a]anthracene  U094                        2.4 x 10~13
Diethylstilbestrol              U089                        LSxlO'13
l,2:7,8-Dibenzopyrene           U064                        5.8 x 10'14
Brucine                         P018                        5.0 x 10~14
Hexachlorophene                 U132                        5.0 x lO"14
Chrysene                        U050                        6.6 x 10'15
Daunomycin                      U059                        4.1 x 10~16
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                                         Appendix E.  Diffusion Coefficients in Air and Water For RCRA Wastes
                                                    Identified as Highly Volatile from Water
Waste Name
Bis(2-ethylhexy1 phthalate)
Cyanogen
Reserpine
Dichlorodi fluoromethane
Nickel Carbonyl
Chloromethane
Phosph i ne
Cyclohexane
2-Nitropropanc
Pentachloroethane
Hexach1orobu tad i cne
Trichlorofluoromethane
Hexachlorocthane
2,3,4,6-letrachlorophenol
1,3-Pentadiene
Tetrachloromethane
Pentachloroni trobenzene
Hexach 1 oropropoi ic
1,1,1-lrichloroethane
Hexach1orocyc1 open tad i ene
1,1-Dichloroethylene
Cumene
DOO
Carbon disulfidc
Trichloroethylcnc
3-Melhylcholanthrono
Toluene
1,2-Dichloroct-hyU'nc
Furan
Brumiinit't liiinr>
Benzene
Methyl iodide
Toxaphenc
Waste
Code
late) U028
P031
U200
2 U075
P073
U045
P096
U056
U171
U184
U128
U121
U131
fiol U212
U186
U211
2 U185
U243
U226
:ne U130
U078
U055
U060
P022
U228
U157
IJ220
U079
U124
U029
U019
U138
U224
Henry's Law 1
Constant
(atm-W/mol)
26.6
9.91
4.28
2.75
0.5
0.38
0.19
0.18
0.12
0.10
9. 14 x lO-2
5.8 x ur2
1.3 x 10'2
4.5 x lO'2
4.2 x ID"2
3.0 x lO-2
2.9 x ID'2
2.5 x 10-2
3.42 x 10~2
1.60 x 10-2
1.50 x 10 2
1.40 x lO-2
1.26 x lO-2
1.2 x lO-2
8.92 x lO-3
1.1 x IO-3
6.64 x 10~3
6.6 x lO-3
5.7 x 10'3
5.3 x lO-3
5.5 x lO-3
5.0 x lO-3
4.89 x ID"3
)if fusion Coefficient
in Air*
(arr'/sec)
0.0378
0.1144(2)
0.0339
0.0944(2)
ttt
0.1085
0.1570
0.0839
0.0884
0.0717
0.0614
0.0862
0.0674
0.0624
0.0912
0.0828(1)
0.0533
0.0636
0.0794(1)
0.0621
0.1144(2)
0.0702
0.0494
0.1045(1)
0.0875(1)
0.0501
0.0849(1)
0.1144(2)+
0.1070
0.1141
0.0932(1)
0.10?b
***
Diffusion Coefficient
in Water**
(on2/sec)
3.78 x 10-6
1.14 x 10~5
3.37 x 10~6
1.13 x 10-5
ttt
1 . 18 x 10~5
\.I1 x I0~5
9.10 x 10~6
9.90 x 10~6
8.20 x 10-6
6.78 x 10-6
1.02 x 10-5
7.64 x 10-6
6.88 x 10~6
9.84 x 10-6
1.00 x UT5
6.17 x 10~6
7.09 x 10~6
9.30 x 10~6
6.49 x 10-6
1.14 x 10-5
7.55 x 10'6
5.19 x ID"6
1.28 x 10-5
1.03 x 10'5tt
5.28 x 10-6
9. 10 x ID'6
. 14 x ID"5
.24 x 10'5
.46 x I0~5
.03 x 10'5
.: x to~5
***
Liquid-Phase
Mass Transfer Coefficient
(cm/hr)
0.138
18.40
0.111
0.248
0.217
18.76
22.75
0.298
0.289
0.192
0.169
0.233
0.177
0.179
0.331
0.220
0.159
0.173
0.236
0.165
0.277
0.249
0.152
0.313
0.238
0.167
0.284
0.277
0.331
0.280
0.309
0.229
0.170

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                                                                 Appendix E.  (Continued)
Waste Name
l.l-Dichloroethane
1 ,3-Oichloropropane
Methanethiol
Chlorobenzene
Chloroform
Methylene chloride
1,1,1 ,2-Tetrachloroethane
Waste
Code
U076
U084
U153
U037
U044
U080
U208
Henry's Law Diffusion Coefficient
Constant in Air*
(atm-m3/mol) (cm2/sec)
5.
4.
4.
3.
3.
3.
2.
45 x
2 x
0 x
93 x
39 x
19 x
76 x
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                                         Appendix F.  Diffusion Coefficients in Air and Water For RCRA Wastes
                                                    Identified as Highly Volatile from Soil
Waste Name
Formaldehyde
Cyanogen
Bromomethano
Dichlorodifluorcmethane
Chloroethene
Methanethiol
Ethylene oxide
Dimethyl ami ne
Hydrofluoric acid
Cyanogen chloride
Phosgene
Hydrocyanic acid
Acetaldehyde
Methylethylketone peroxide
Furan
Trichlorofluoromethane
1, 1-Dichloroethylene
Ethyl ether
1,3-Pentadiene
Methylene chloride
Carbon disulfide
Ch 1 oroaceta 1 dehydo
Acetyl chloride
1 -Propanamine
Acrolein
Methyl iodide
Waste
Code
U122
P031
U029
U075
U043
U153
U115
U092
U134
P033
P095
P063
U001
U160
U124
U121
U078
U117
U186
U080
P022
P023
U006
U194
P003
U138
Relative Soil Volatility
Dry
1906
1473
1700
1450
958
578
505

378
428
458
321
360
302
222
223
202
184
145
141
121
108
108
101
96
116
Wet
809
552
544
439
336
219
195
193
179
152
144
140
139
100
77
66
64
63
50
46
41
36
36
36
34
34
Diffusion Coefficient Diffusion Coefficient
in Air* in Water**
(cn^/sec) (cn^/sec)
0.1728 2.06 x 10-5
0.1185 1.33 x KT5
0.1139 1.46 x 10~5
0.0944(2)
0.1225(2)
0.1242
0.1329
0.0567
0.2553
0.1213
0.1010
0.1677
0.1415
0.0853 <
0.1070
0.0862
.13 x 10-5
.29 x 10-5
.43 x ID"5
.54 x 10~5
.07 x 10~5
1.44 x 10~5
.47 x 10~5
.23 x 10~5
.87 x 10~5
.71 x HT5
).50 x 10"6
.24 x 10~5
.02 x 10~5
0.1144(2) 1.14 x 10~5
0.0892 9.70 x 10"6
0.0912 9.84 x 10-6
0.1037(1) .29 x 10-5
0.1045(1) .28 x 10~5
0.1032 .21 x 10~5
0.1050 .24 x 10-5
0.0996 .08 x 10-5
0.1131 .29 x ID"5
0.1025 .32 x 10~5
(1) Experimental value obtained from Lugg (1968).
(2) Experimental value obtained from Barr and Watts (1972).
 *Estimatcd via the Fuller, Schettler, and Giddings Method in Lyman et al. (1982).
**Estimaled via the Hayduk and Laudie Method in Lyman et al.  (1982).

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TECHNICAL REPORT DATA
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1. REPORT NO. 2.
EPA-450/3-85-007
4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE
Physical-Chemical Properties and Categorization of
RCRA Wastes According to Volatility
7. AUTHOR(S)
Douglas Dixon and Edwin Rissnann
9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS
Versar Incorporated
6850 Versar Center
Springfield, Virginia 22151
12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards
Emission Standards and Engineering Division
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711
3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSION NO.
5. REPORT DATE
Febrnarv 1935
6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE
8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT
10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO.
11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO.
68-03-3041
13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVER
14. SPONSORING ASENCY CODE
EPA/200/004

     The purpose of this report is to present (1) the physical-chemical  properties
of the RCRA wastes related to volatility and (2) a waste  categorization  scheme  based
on the volatility of RCRA wastes from hazardous waste treatment,  storage,  and disposal
facilities. The physical-chemical properties include basic  input  parameters  for
air emission modeling.

     Physical-chemical  properties of RCRA wastes presented  include - molecular  weight,
boiling point, vapor pressure, solubility, Henry's Law constant,  diffusion coefficients
and mass transfer coefficients. RCRA wastes are categorized by vapor pressure,
aqueous volatility, and relative soil volatility.
*7. KEY WORDS AND DOCUMENT ANALvSiS
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RCRA Wastes (Hazardous Wastes)
Physical-Chemical Properties of RCRA Wastes
Volatility Ranking of RCRA Wastes
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)
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