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EC number: 304-990-8
CAS number: 94313-91-4
In a 96-h acute toxicity study, zebrafish (Danio rerio) were
exposed to the substance at one measured concentration of 251.3 mg
test material/L (101 mg active substance/L) under static conditions in
a limit test. The 96-h LC50was >251.3 mg test
material/L (>101 mg active substance/L), based on mortality. This
toxicity study is classified as acceptable and satisfies the guideline
requirement for short-term toxicity study for fish.
Elementis Specialities (2009) reports an LC50 for short term toxicity in
fish of >251.3 mg test material/L (101 mg active substance/L).
short-term toxicity study with fish has been conducted on the test
material and is included in this dossier.
Specialities (2009) conducted a reliable (Klimisch 1) GLP compliant
study following OECD 203 methods with the test material. Zebrafish
(Danio rerio) were exposed to the test substance in a limit test
at one nominal concentration of 251.3 mg test material/L (101 mg/L
active substance) for 96 hrs under static conditions. The
96-h LC50 was >251.3 mg test material/L (>101 mg active substance/L),
based on mortality. Consequently
this value will be taken as the short-term toxicity in fish endpoint for
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