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EC number: 201-990-9
CAS number: 90-41-5
of biphenyl-2 -ylaminefor
effects in the environment
determining the classification appropriate tobiphenyl-2
it is necessary to consider all evidence concerning its persistence,
life period of biphenyl-2 -ylamine in water is observed to be 37.5 days
while in sediment it is 337.5 days. Based on these half life values it
is concluded that the chemical is not persistent in water but persistent
half-life in soil, 75 days, does exceeds the threshold of 120 days as
per Annex XIII of REACH
Thus the chemical biphenyl-2 -ylamine is
estimated bioconcentration factor (BCF) for biphenyl-2 -ylamine is 34.74
L/kg, that does not exceed the bioconcentration threshold of 2000. Thus
it is concluded that the chemical is not expected to bioaccumulate in
the food chain because it does not exceed the BCF criteria.
the chemical does not satisfy the criterion for classification as
As per the criteria of Annex XIII of the
REACH regulation, the chemical is not expected to qualify the criteria
as Toxic. Thus, biphenyl-2 -ylamine
the chemical does not satisfy the criterion for classification as toxic
In conclusion, it can be concluded that
the chemical biphenyl-2 -ylamineis
not a PBT chemical.
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