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EC number: 700-111-0
CAS number: 148528-05-6
Based on the physical characteristics of this test substance it is
likely that it will be absorbed dermally, and will produce high pH
values when in contact with moisture either from the skin or the ocular
environment. The oral gavage studies indicate that aqueous preparations
of the test substance resulted in trauma (gastrointestinal haemorrhage,
erosion and ulceration) and adaptive changes (mucosal hyperplasia in the
fore-stomach associated with oedema and cellular infiltration) which are
considered to be due to the administration of a strongly alkaline
It is considered that performing irritancy studies via the dermal
or ocular routes are unlikely to yield any additional data to those
already available. MODA has been assigned Skin Corr 1A with hazard
statement H314 'Causes severe skin burns and eye damage'.
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