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EC number: 619-916-2
CAS number: 12031-95-7
The hydrolysis study according to EU- or OECD-methods is technically not feasible.
EU- or OECD-method is only applicable to pure substances which are water
soluble to some degree and for which an analytical method of sufficient
accuracy and sensitivity is available. The test substance has a very low
water solubility of <0.25 mg/L. There is no method to distinguish
between the different species of Li or Ti in the aqueous phase and its
parent compound. Therefore the pre-conditions for applying the EU- or
OECD-methods are not fulfilled and the method can not be applied.
QSAR-estimation of the hydrolysis is not available for inorganic
results of the water solubility test give some indications that possibly
soluble, mainly Li-containing impurities could dissolve in water or that
minor parts of the test substance could be transformed to soluble,
mainly Li-containing molecules.
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