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EC number: 700-111-0
CAS number: 148528-05-6
From an examination of the chemical structure of MODA, it was confirmed that it did not contain oxygen, chlorine or fluorine. Consequently, the test substance would not be expected to possess oxidising properties.
It is possible to predict the oxidising potential of a molecule by
analogy with existing compounds and therefore it is possible to examine
the chemical structure of a substance and ascertain whether or not there
are any groups present that are associated with oxidising properties.
For this purpose a screening procedure has been published in Appendix 6
of the United Nations ‘Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous
Goods, Manual of Tests and Criteria’. For organic compounds, the
substance does not possess oxidising properties if it does not contain
oxygen, fluorine or chlorine. If these atoms are present, then the
substance does not possess oxidising properties if the atoms are
chemically bonded only to carbon and hydrogen.
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