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EC number: 435-680-1
CAS number: -
The conditions for the validity of the test were fulfilled:
• Constant conditions were maintained (temperature, pH).
• No mortality occurred in the negative control group.
• The dissolved oxygen concentration was higher than 60 % of the air
saturation value throughout the test.
• The concentration of the test substance has been satisfactorily
maintained over the test period (higher than 80 % of the appropriate
starting concentration in the test medium).
The acute toxicity of 7-AMCA to Zebrafish (Brachydanio rerio) was
determined in a 96 hours static test according to the EC-method C.1. A
limit test with 100 mg test substance/L was performed. 7 fish (length of
approximately 2.8 cm) were used for each of the test substance group and
the control group.
No mortality and no adverse effects were noted in the test
substance group and in the negative control group. The measured
concentrations of 7-AMCA in the test medium ranged from 95.8 mg/L to
pH and temperature were stable throughout the test period.
Dissolved oxygen concentration was always higher than 82 % of the air
saturation value at the appropriate temperature.
The LC50,96h is higher than 100 mg/L.
The LC50,96h for Brachydanio rerio is higher than 100 mg/L.
The LC50 is not 100 mg/L, as one is forced to enter in the field
above, but the LC50 is >100 mg/L.
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