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PBT assessment

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PBT assessment: overall result

PBT status:
the substance is not PBT / vPvB

The substance is soluble and stable in water. It is not prone to degradation due to hydrolysis, achieving a half life in excess of 1 year. Furthermore, under the conditions of the ready biodegradation test, the substance is not prone to ready biodegradation. The substance is considered to be persistent.

The substance is soluble and stable in water. In the log kow screening test, the substance achieved a log Pow of -0.1.

The substance is considered to have no potential for bioaccumulation with a BCF of 7.7 (dimensionless). 

The substance is soluble and stable in water. All data prepared to assess the potential toxicity of the substance to aquatic species achieved limit values under acute and chronic conditions. No toxicity was observed upto the available concentrations tested.

The mutagenic potential has been assessed in vitro and in vivo. The substance displays no potential for mutagenicity and this is suggestive that the substance is no likely to carcinogenic. Furthermore, toxicity of high dose animals has been observed in the screening reproductive toxicity test, but the data has determined a clear No adverse effect level and the data does not display effects of reproductive toxicity.

Data are available from subacute exposure only. The data do not, however, identify any hazard for which chronic assessment is considered relevant and the substance is not classified for repeated dose toxicological effects.

The substance is not unduly toxic.

On the basis of the available data the substance is not a PBT substance.