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EC number: 252-669-5 | CAS number: 35674-68-1
Zinc bis[12-hydroxyoctadecanoate]:Toxicity data are not available for zinc bis[12-hydroxyoctadecanoate]. A read-across is made to insoluble/ slightly soluble zinc substances.Zinc:Twenty-four NOEC/EC10 values are available for toxicity of Zn to reproduction of terrestrial arthropods, representing 2 different species and ranging between 14.6 and 1000 mg Zn/kg dw (both for Folsomia candida).
In total 61 individual high quality NOEC or EC10 values for reproduction of terrestrial invertebrates are selected for the PNEC derivation. Twenty-four NOEC/EC10 values are available for toxicity of Zn to reproduction of terrestrial arthropods, representing 2 different species and ranging between 14.6 and 1000 mg Zn/kg dw (both for Folsomia candida; Lock and Janssen, 2001c and Lock et al., 2003).
All toxicity data are expressed as added Zn concentration in soil, based on either the nominal dose added or on measured, background corrected soil Zn concentrations.
[Lock et al. (2003). Laboratory zinc ecotoxicity testing for soil invertebrates. Testing laboratory: Ghent University Laboratory of Environmental Toxicology and Aquatic Ecology Jozef Plateaustraat 22, B-9000 Gent Belgium. Report no.: ZEH-SO-3.]
[Lock K. & Janssen C. R. (2001). Modeling zinc toxicity for terrestrial invertebrates. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistr y, Vol. 20, No. 9, pp. 1901–1908, 2001]
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