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EC number: 235-120-4
CAS number: 12070-08-5
regarding the environmental fate and pathway of titanium carbide (TiC)
are not available. The assessment is thus based on other titanium
compounds like TiO2 and Ti metal in a read-across approach.
and aquatic data of titanium compounds indicate a low potential for
addition, no release of Ti from TiC could be detected in the T/D test
(OECD). The method detection limit was 0.4 µg/L. Thus, the exposure of
aquatic and terrestrial species via soluble Ti ions released from TiC is
not expected to occur in the environment.
on the available data for titanium, titanium compounds like titanium
carbide are expected to have a very low mobility in soil.
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