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EC number: 700-748-4
CAS number: 1226911-69-8
study was performed similar to OECD Guideline No. 111. The aim of the
study is to assess the stability of the substance in a series of simple
media simulating perfumery applications. The test media are standard
aqueous buffers at pH 2, pH 5, pH 7, pH 8.5 and pH 12 containing 1% of
non ionic surfactant (Arkopal N 150). The tests are done in accelerated
conditions at 40 °C during 28 days.
– 300 ppm of raw material are dissolved in the pH buffer containing the
surfactant (Arkopal N 150) and put into storage in an oven at 40°C.
Small aliquots of the test solution are extracted with an organic
solvent (typically cyclohexane or ethyl acetate) containing a
hydrocarbon standard (typically C12, C17 or C20) on a regular basis
throughout the test (typically at time = 0, 0.25, 1, 2, 4, 7, 15, 21 and
28 days). The extracts are analyzed by GC-FID and the results are
plotted as (Area/Area Std) expressed in [%]. The measurement at time = 0
is set at 100% and the succeeding measurements are calculated relatively
to the time = 0 measurement. Therefore the curves represent the
percentage of product remaining in the test solution at the time of
disappearance of the parent compound after 28
days at 40 °C is circa 70%
at pH 2, less than 5%
at pH 5, circa 31% at pH 7
and circa 70% at pH
8.5, and 100% disappearance at pH 12.
the registered substance is not readily biodegradable, a GLP hydrolysis
study does need to be conducted, in accordance with REACH Annex VIII
column 2. One study was available:
non-GLP stability test was performed on the registered substance with a
method similar to OECD Guideline No. 111, in accelerated conditions at
40 °C during 28 days. The disappearance of the substance after 28 days
at 40 °C and at environmentally relevant pH (comprised between 5 and
8.5) is comprised between less than 5% and 70%.
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