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EC number: 226-789-3
CAS number: 5468-75-7
In a ready biodegradablility test
(reliability categoriy 1) on the test substance according to OECD 301B
(CO2 -evolution) and complient to GLP, the test substance attained
1% degradation at a concentration of 20 mg C/L.
To exclude toxicity of the test item to the inoculum at the tested
concentration additional investigational work was carried out
using the Activated Sludge Respiration Inhibition test method (OECD
Guideline No. 209, results mentioned in this report, but no study
report available) which showed that the test
substance did not inhibit the respiration of sewage sludge
microorganisms at the test concentration employed in the test. Therefore
from these results it is evident that the test substance is not readily
biodegradable and that this result is not due to a toxic effect on the
Sodium benzoate attained 86% degradation after 28 days thereby
confirming the suitability of the inoculum and test conditions.
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