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Acute Toxicity of LCCPs to Fish

Substance

Species

Exposure

Value

Rel.

Reference

C18-20(liquid)

C18-20; 39% Cl

 

Oncorhynchus mykiss(formerly known asSalmo gairdneri) 

96 hrs

LC50> 300 mg/L

(nominal)

4

Howard et al. (1975). Johnson & Finley (1980).

C18-20; 39% Cl

 

Lepomis macrochirus 

96 hrs

LC50> 300 mg/L (nominal)

4

Howard et al. (1975). Johnson & Finley (1980).

C18-20; 49% Cl

Leuciscus idus 

48 hrs

48h Toxic Threshold

>500 mg/L(nominal)

2

Hoechst AG (1976).

C18-20; 52% Cl

 

Leuciscus idus 

48 hrs

48h Toxic Threshold

>500 mg/L(nominal)

2

Hoechst AG (1976).

C20-30(liquid)

 

 

 

 

 

 

C22-26; 42% Cl

 

Alburnus alburnus 

96 hrs

LC50> 5000 mg/L (nominal)

2

Linden et al. (1979).

C20-30; 40% Cl

Lepomis macrochirus 

96 hrs

LC50> 300 mg/L (nominal)

4

Howard et al. (1975). Johnson & Finley (1980).

C22-26; 48-50% Cl

Lepomis macrochirus 

96 hrs

LC50> 300 mg/L (nominal)

4

Howard et al. (1975). Johnson & Finley (1980).

C22-26; 48-50%

Oncorhynchus mykiss(formerly known asSalmo gairdneri) 

96 hrs

LC50> 300 mg/L (nominal)

4

Howard et al. (1975). Johnson & Finley (1980) .

C20-30; 40% Cl

Oncorhynchus mykiss(formerly known asSalmo gairdneri) 

96 hrs

LC50> 300 mg/L (nominal)

4

Howard et al. (1975). Johnson & Finley (1980).

C20-30; 42% Cl

Oncorhynchus mykiss(formerly known asSalmo gairdneri) 

96 hrs

Toxic Threshold

> 770 mg/L (nominal)1

2

Madeley & Birtley (1980).

C20-30(solid)

C22-26; 70% Cl

 

Lepomis macrochirus 

96 hrs

LC50> 300 mg/L (nominal)

4

Johnson & Finley (1980).

C22-26; 70 % Cl

 

Oncorhynchus mykiss(formerly known asSalmo gairdneri) 

96 hrs

LC50> 300 mg/L (nominal)

4

Howard et al. (1975). Johnson & Finley (1980).

1The study recorded mean measured concentrations of an emulsion of the test substance in water, including both dissolved and undissolved test material; hence the result is described as being based on nominal concentrations.