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EC number: 229-764-5
CAS number: 6712-98-7
No mortality occurred. However, all animals
exhibited eye and nasal irritation which had subsided 24-hr after
exposure. From the results of this study, an LC50 of greater than 16.4
mg/L for DEIPA in rats can be determined.
were missing on
the test substance identifty (e.g. purity/impurity profile), test
methods (including species, number of animals, concentration used, level
of examination) and results. Therefore, the findings of this
early study should be interpreted with caution.
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