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EC number: 825-814-0
CAS number: 222721-94-0
There was also no indication that the
related substance tri (hexyl, octyl, decyl) ester was toxic in male or
female rats after repeated oral exposure (28 d) up to 1000 mg/kg bw/d.
In accordance with column 8 of REACh Annex VIII it is enough to examine
one route of application, the most important for human beings. This
intrinsic property/toxicity potential can be extrapolated to repeated
inhalative route administration.
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