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EC number: 701-200-7
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compliant aquatic acute ecotoxicity test results are available for fish,
invertebrates and algae. An OECD 203 study reported a 96-h LC50 forBrachydanio
rerioof >10 mg/L (corresponding to >5.35 mg F/L) (Solvay
Pharmaceuticals, 2010a) and an OECD 202 study showed that the 48-h EC50
inDaphnia magnais 22.8 mg/L (corresponding to 12.2 mg F/L)
(Solvay Pharmaceuticals, 1999). These values will be used for the
For algae two
growth inhibition tests were performed with the algal speciesPseudokirchneriella
subcapitataaccording to OECD Guideline 201(ECT
Oekotoxikologie, 2012a and b). The
tests have been conducted with two different batches of aluminium
potassium fluoride: Nocolok Flux and Hot melt PAF. The 72-h EC50 values
for growth rate were 33.5 and 12.7 mg/l (corresponding to 17.4 and 7.0
mg F/L). The 72 hr NOErC values were reported to be 11 and 4.3 mg/l
(corresponding to 5.7 and 2.4 mg F/L), respectively. The
lowest values (ErC50 of 12.7 mg/l and NOErC of 4.3 mg/l) will be used in
ecotoxicity tests with fish and invertebrates are not available.
OECD 209 guideline study is available for the toxicity to
microorganisms. The 3-h EC50 and 3-h NOEC were both >75 mg/L
(corresponding to >40 mg F/L) in activated sludge (Solvay
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