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EC number: 701-200-7
CAS number: -
primary skin irritation/corrosion of
multiconstituent aluminium potassium fluoride
in the rabbit was investigated in a non-guideline study. Despite some
restrictions in design and/or reporting, the study is considered as
adequate for assessment. Three
male and three female rabbits were exposed to 0.5 grams of multiconstituent
aluminium potassium fluoride.
The test material was applied to two test sites (one abraded and one
intact) on each rabbit for 24 hours using an occlusive dressing. After
the exposure period, the patches were removed and the test sites were
washed with tap water. Observations were made 30 minutes following
removal and at 72 hours.
No skin irritation was caused by 24 hours to multiconsituent aluminium
potassium fluoride. Based on the results of the study, multiconsituent
aluminium potassium fluoride is considered to be not irritating to skin
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