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EC number: 500-051-3
CAS number: 26780-96-1
Data on aquatic effects of TMQ are available on three trophic levels
(fish, daphnia and algae) for acute toxicity. The most sensitive acute
toxicity was observed for daphnia with 48h-EL50 of 56 mg/l. The only one
chronic effect was reported on the algal toxicity of TMQ with a 72h-EL0
of >= 100 mg/l. Meanwhile a 3h-EC50 > 10000 mg/l to activated sludge was
also reported as the toxicity of TMQ to microorganism. Due to the
heterogeneous composition of the test substance, the effective loading
(EL) was determined upon water accommodated fraction (WAF) without
According to column 2 of REACH Annex IX, further long-term toxicity
tests should be proposed by the registrant if the chemical safety
assessment indicates the need to further investigate effects on aquatic
organisms as indicated by a PEC/PNEC ratio > 1. Having a PEC/PNEC ratio
<1 for all exposure scenarios, there is no need to perform a long-term
assay as the risk towards aquatic organisms is sufficiently controlled
based on the already available information.
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