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EC number: 609-066-0
CAS number: 35123-06-9
In a 48h acute toxicity study, Daphnia magna (STRAUS) were exposed to test item under static conditions. The 48h-EC50 was greater than 100 mg/L.
In the acute immobilization test with
Daphnia magna (STRAUS) the effects of the limit concentration 100 mg/L
of the test item were determined according to OECD 202 (2004). The limit
test was conducted under static conditions over a period of 48 h. 20
test organisms each were exposed to the limit concentration and the
control. The limit concentration and the control media after 0 h (new
media) without daphnia were analytically verified via DOC analysis
according to DIN EN 1484. All effect values are based on the nominal
test item concentration. Water quality parameters such as pH and
dissolved oxygen concentration, measured at 0 and 48 h were determined
to be within acceptable limits. The validity criteria of the test
guideline were fulfilled.
Based on the nominal test item
concentration, the EC50 (48h) was greater than 100 mg/L and the NOEC
(48h) was 100 mg/L.
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