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EC number: 203-686-1
CAS number: 109-60-4
Acute tests on all
three trophic levels were performed to examine the aquatic toxicity of
propyl acetate. The fish turned out to be the most sensitive species
revealing an EC50 (96h) of 60 mg/L [Brooke & al., 1984/85]. Effects of
propyl acetate towards Daphnia magna measured at 91.5 mg/L (EC50, 48h) [Dow
2007]. For algae the EC50 (72h) of 672 mg/L indicates a lower sensitive
to propyl acetate [Dow
2007]. Thus, propyl acetate is considered as acutely harmful to aquatic
No data on long-term
toxicity are available.
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