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EC number: 812-724-1
CAS number: 106705-37-7
Metal carboxylates are substances consisting of a metal and a
carboxylic acid. Based on the solubility of strontium neodecanoate in
water (8.47 g dissolved Sr/L at pH 8.4 corresponding to 45.07 g
strontium neodecanoate/L), a complete dissociation of strontium
neodecanoate resulting in strontium and neodecanoate ions may be assumed
under environmental conditions.
A bioconcentration study with neo-decanoic acid (CAS #26896 -20
-8) was conducted with the rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss. The
calculated mean bioconcentration factor (BCF) after 14 days of exposure
was <225 L/kg wet fish weight, based on the detection limit for
neodecanoic acid. Therefore, based on the BCF data, neodecanoic acid is
expected to exhibit a low potential to bioaccumulate in aquatic
ecosystems. Regarding the potential of strontium to bioaccumulate in
aquatic/terrestrial species, a variety of studies highlighted the
similar behaviour of Sr and Ca ions, and Sr was shown to enrich in bones
and rather hard tissues of organisms (ATSDR, Public Health Statement:
Strontium; 2004). Respectively higher BCFs were determined in hard
tissue of fish and invertebrates compared to BCFs of soft tissues.
However, BCFs of hard tissues of freshwater organisms are relatively low
and even lower for saltwater species. Therefore, it can be considered
that strontium has a low potential to bioconcentrate or bioaccumulate in
Therefore, based on available data for strontium and neodecanoate,
strontium neodecanoate is expected to have a low potential to
bioaccumulate in aquatic and terrestrial organisms.
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