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EC number: 219-941-5
CAS number: 2579-20-6
Table 1. Cumulative mortality by hour
Nominal Concentration (mg/L)
Cumulative Mortality (Initial Population=10)
A study was performed to determine the acute toxicity to freshwater fish
of the test material 1,3-Bis(aminomethyl)cyclohexane (1,3-BAC). The
study was performed according to OECD test guideline 203 and EC
guideline C1, and in compliance with GLP.
Leuciscus idus (Golden orfe) were exposed to the test material in
dilution water for up to 96 hours in a semi static test. The
concentration groups were as follows; 0 (control group), 100, 180, 320,
560, and 1000 mg/L.
Behavioural anomalies were seen in fish exposed at 180 mg/L and above;
after 24 hours, all fish exposed at 180 mg/L and above were dead. The
96-hour No Observed Effect Concentration (NOEC) was 100 mg/L, and the EC50was
96 hour LC50 in Golden orfe = 130 mg/L; LD100=180 mg/L. No mortality
at 100 mg/L.
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