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EC number: 214-275-1
CAS number: 1119-34-2
Available data and read-across from L-arginine show that the substance
has no adverse effects on aquatic organisms. Further L-arginine-HCl has
a low potential to absorb to organic material. Since L-arginine-HCl is
readily biodegradable (its carbon backbone is mineralised rapidly in
aerobic systems), has no potential of bioaccumulation beyond natural
homeostatic concentrations, is not applied directly to soil and is not
expected to be transferred indirectly to soil in significant quantity
via disposal of STP sludges or aerial deposition, significant exposure
of the terrestrial compartment to L-arginine-HCl is unlikely to occur.
Therefore soil is not expected to be a compartment of concern. The risk
to terrestrial plants is negligible. For this reason and in accordance
with REACH Annex IX Section 9.4. column 2 this study does not need to be
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