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EC number: 944-802-7
CAS number: -
Table 1: Summary of the observed effects after application of the
test substance as 10 % (w/w) dispersion in tap water onto the CAM
Appearance in minutes
Table 2: Summary of the observed effects after application of the
negative / vehicle control tap water onto the CAM
Table 3: Summary of the observed effects after application of the
reference substance Texapon ASV 70 (5 % active substance preparation in
tap water) onto the CAM
The eye irritation potential of the substance was tested in an in vitro
HET-CAM test. A 10 % dispersion of the substance caused slight
irritation according to the evalaution scheme used in the test. For an
anticipation of the irritation potential in vivo, the results
obtained with the positive control Texacon ASV 70 can betaken into
consideration. A 5 % active substance preparation of Texapon ASV 70 is
known to be only slightly irritating in vivo. From this it can be
concluded that the test substance as 10 % (w/w) dispersion in tap water
will be non irritating to slightly irritating in vivo if the
result obtained with the reference substance is taken into consideration.
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