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EC number: 214-300-6 | CAS number: 1120-21-4
In instances where stable aerosol formation is expected, a value of 10 mg/m3 will be used as an operational control limit for inhalation exposure.
Toxicological studies of the substances to be registered or similar materials used for read-across purposes have been conducted to assess the hazard properties. There were no effects in these studies even though they were carried out to maximally attainable vapor concentrations, limit doses, or to other limits imposed by safety considerations. As no effects were demonstrated, the data are not appropriate for DNEL derivation. As the substances are demonstrably not hazardous for effects which are quantifiable, human health exposure assessments have not been conducted.
Aspiration is a potential hazard, but a DNEL calculation is not appropriate for an aspiration hazard.
Workers are expected to have infrequent and short-term exposures.
Consumers in the general population are expected to have infrequent and short-term exposures.
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