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EC number: 949-773-4
CAS number: -
study was conducted to evaluate the ready bio degradability of liquid
test item, AC 436 under stringent laboratory conditions. The temperature
during the study period was maintained at 22±2°C for 28 days.
surface water from Shamirpet Lake located in Telangana state of India
was used as inoculum. Initially the surface water was aerated for 5
days, after which the same was used as inoculum to the test vessel. The
microbial count evaluated for the surface water on the day of exposure
to experiment bottles was found to bearound
microbial interaction with the test item in test suspension was
positive, supported by the data generated on carbon dioxide evolution
for 28 days. The test item degraded by the microorganisms was 10%
between 4thand 5thday. This was followed by
degradation of test item to around 60% within 13 day i.e. within 7 to 8
days after 10% of test item degradation. This substantiates that the
test item was readily biodegradable.
validity of the study was supported by the reference suspension behavior
in which the bio-degradation was achieved greater than 60% within 14
days window period.
on the above facts the study was concluded as, test item was readily
Based on the test results the substance is considered as readily
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