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EC number: 947-763-4
CAS number: -
reaction times (mean pressure rise time) obtained for the test substance
considerably exceeded the reference value. Therefore the study author
concluded that the test substance has no oxidising properties.
study was conducted to determine the oxidising property of the read
across substance, di- C4 PSE, according to EU Method A.21. During the
study, the obtained mean pressure rise time value for the read across
substance have exceeded the reference substance value. Therefore the
study author concluded that the read substance has no oxidising
properties (Keldenich and Klein, 2012). Based
on the results of the read across study, similar behaviour is expected
for the test substance, 'mono- and di- C16-18 PSE and C16 -18 AE20 PSE'.
The oxidising property of the test substance
was assessed based on the chemical structure as well as based on read
across study performed, according to the EU A.21 Method (Keldenich and
oxidising properties of the substance were predicted based on the
molecular structure of its individual constituents, in accordance with
ECHA guidance Chapter R.7a, Section R.188.8.131.52. Test substance is not
considered to have functionality or chemical groups associated with
oxidising properties or that could imply oxidising properties.
according to Appendix 6 of the United Nations’ Recommendations on the
Transport of Dangerous Goods, Manual of Tests and Criteria (Fourth
Revised ed., 2003) a classification procedure for oxidizing properties
need not be applied if:
The compound does not contain oxygen, fluorine or chlorine; or
The compound contains oxygen, fluorine or chlorine and these elements
are chemically bonded only to carbon or hydrogen.
above criteria is not met, as the test substance contains oxygen and
this element is chemically bonded to phosphorous. However, a study with
read across substance, di C4 PSE, containing a similar O-->P linkage,
did not show oxidising potential when tested according to EU Method
A.21. Therefore, the test substance can also be considered to be
on chemical structure and read across study results, the test substance
does not meet the criteria for oxidising properties classification
according to EU CLP criteria (Regulation (EC) 1272/2008).
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