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EC number: 701-354-5 | CAS number: -
Number of surviving animals
The acute toxicity of Ampholak YCE to rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) was evaluated according to OECD203 and was performed under GLP. It was carried out as a semi-static test, with dose levels of nominally 10, 18, 32, 56 and 100 mg/L. The LC50 (96h) was observed to be 13 mg/L of test substance or 4 mg a.i./L, the NOEC (96h) was concluded at 10 mg/L (or 3 mg a.i./L) on a nominal basis. Loss of equilibrium was observed in animals exposed to concentrations of >= 32 mg/L (or 9.6 mg a.i./L).
The acute fish study from Sewell & Wetton (1992) resulted in a 96h LC50 for rainbow trout of 4.0 mg a.i./L based on nominal test concentrations
There is one acute fish study with Sodium cocopropylenediamine propionate available. The study lacks the quantification of the test substance during the test. When this study was performed no suitable sensitive analytical method was available for the quantification of this test substance. The acute fish study from Sewell & Wetton (1992) resulted in a 96h LC50 for rainbow trout of 4.0 mg a.i./L based on nominal test concentrations.
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