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EC number: 216-407-3
CAS number: 1576-35-8
The purpose of the study was to evaluate the test item, CELLCOM-H, for
its ready biodegradability in the aquatic environment. Biodegradation
was studied according to ‘OECD Guidelines (Test No. 301 Ready
Biodegradability, 301 F MANOMETRIC RESPIROMETRY TEST, (17 July 1992))’
and ‘the National Institute of Environmental Research Guidelines
(Biodegradation Test Method (Ready Biodegradability): Manometric
Respirometry Test (Public Notice No. 2017-4))’.
The percentage microbial degradation of the reference item, sodium
benzoate, was 74.4% at 14 days The percentage microbial degradation of
the test item by BOD meter was 0.0±0.0% at 28 days.
Therefore, the test item, CELLCOM-H, could not be classified as readily
On the basis of a readily biodegradability study, the substance is concluded not to be readily biodegradable.
not readily biodegradable in
the aquatic environment.
degree of biodegradation of
this substance was
found to be 0%
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