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EC number: 943-080-0
CAS number: -
LC50 96h (freshwater static study according to OECD TG 203): >100 mg/LNOEC 96h (freshwater static study according to OECD TG 203): >100 mg/L
All validity criteria were met.
The toxicity againstDanio reriowas tested using a static
test design at the concentration containing 100 mg/L. The concentration
showed no mortality. No fish died in the control.
Due to the low solubility of the test item, the measured DOC
concentrations in the treatment and in the control were in a similar
Due to the marginal difference of the DOC concentration in the
treatment and the control, no test item concentration was calculated
based on the organic carbon content of the test item and measured DOC
Therefore, the determination of the results was based on the
This is in agreement with the OECD guidance document no. 23, where
is stated: “For tests with chemicals that cannot be quantified by
analytical methods, the effect concentration can be expressed based on
the nominal concentrations (loading rates).”
No observations were made which might cause doubts concerning the
validity of the study outcome.
The result of the test is considered valid.
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