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EC number: 204-815-4
CAS number: 126-97-6
Studies with terrestrial arthropods are not required as direct and indirect exposure is unlikely.
A direct application
of ammonium thioglycolate to soil is not intented. According to the ECHA
Guidance on information requirements and chemical safety assessment (chapter
Nov. 2014), readily biodegradable substances which are not directly
applied to soil will not enter the terrestrial environment and as such
there is no need for testing of soil organisms. This is true for
thioglycolic acid and its salts which are considered to be readily
biodegradable. Additionally, these substances have only a low potential
for adsorption to solids considering their low log Kow of -2.99. Thus,
even if soil would be a compartment of indirect entry of thioglycolate
anions after application of sewage sludge as fertiliser, it is expected
that residues within the sludge are negligible. In conclusion, tests
with terrestrial organisms are not relevant due to exposure
considerations and intrinsic properties of the thioglycolate anion.
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