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EC number: 307-301-9
CAS number: 97593-01-6
Table 1. Total radioactivity dosed
to each animal
dpm = disintegrations per minute
The results of the study
showed that radioactivity of 1 -hexadecene was rapidly excreted into the
urine and faeces and most of recovered radiolabeled material in the
urine and faeces was recorded in the first 48 hours after dosing. Low
amount of radioacivity recovery was detected in urine, faeces, whole
body terminal blood, liver, kidney and adipose tissue for 60%.
low recoveries of radioactivity might be explained with oxidative
metabolism of the olefins to metabolites which may be metabolised to
acetate and acetone, and then converted to CO2 which is exhaled. Another
hypotheses is the direct exhalation of the parent olefins from the lungs
to a rapid volatilisation of the chemicals from the aqueous environment
of the alveoli at a rapid rate.
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