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Description of key information

A guideline (with minor deviations) and GLP study is available. Sodium hypochlorite 100 (or 25.3% available chlorine) does not have oxidising properties.

Key value for chemical safety assessment

Oxidising properties:
no

Additional information

The mean pressure rise time obtained with the mixture reference item / cellulose was: 5150 ms. The mean pressure rise time obtained with the mixture test item / cellulose was: 34666 ms. The mean pressure rise time obtained with the mixture test item / cellulose was slower than the mean pressure rise time obtained with the mixture reference item / cellulose thus sodium hypochlorite 100 does not have oxidising properties.

As testing was triggered by the presence of hypochlorite ions, the lack of oxidising propertie in sodium hypochlorite 100 indicates that solutions with a lower sodium hypochlorite concentration will not have oxidising properties.

Justification for classification or non-classification

Based on a guideline and GLP testing, sodium hypochlorite 100 does not have oxidising properties and thus will not be classified for this property. Solutions with lower concentrations of sodium hypochlorite will also not be classified for oxydising properties.

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