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EC number: 285-597-8
CAS number: 85117-47-1
Study meets the criteria for Klimisch code 2 because it followed an internationally recognised method (EPA OTS 797.1300) and was carried out to Good Laboratory Practice. However, there was no analytical confirmation of the test concentrations. In addition, there were deviations from the guideline, but these deviations did not affect the study outcome.
The EC50 in freshwater Daphnia is considered to be >1000 mg/l. The
substance is, therefore, considered not
toxic to Daphnia magna. Nevertheless, adequate controls will be in place
during production and use to ensure
that the substance is not released to the environment.
The toxicity of the substance has not been assessed using marine
invertebrate species, but it is considered likely
to be similar to freshwater species.
The following information is taken into account for short-term toxicity
to aquatic invertebrates for the derivation
The toxcity of the substance has been measured experimentally with
freshwater Daphnia. Due to the extremely
low water solubility all studies have been conducted using Water
Accomodated Fractions and completed as limit
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