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EC number: 945-518-6
CAS number: -
EC50 48 h >100 mg/L
The test was performed on a similar
substance 01 (read-across from supporting substance -structural analogue
study procedures described in this report were based on the ISO 6341:
“Water quality , teh EU C.2.and the OECD guideline 202. The
batch of the substance tested was a brown powder with unknown purity and
test medium at the concentrations tested. After
a range-finding test, a limit test was performed with daphnids exposed
to a solution of 100
test consisted of two vessels per group containing 10 daphnids per
for analysis of actual exposure concentrations were taken at the start
and the end ofthe
limit test. Analysis
of the samples taken during the limit test showed that measured
agreement with nominal (96-97%).
daphnids became immobile during the 48 hour test period. Hence,
the 48h-EC50 forDaphnia
magna exposed to the substance was > 100 mg/L, the maximum concentration
to be tested.
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