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EC number: 216-341-5
CAS number: 1561-92-8
protocol studies for eye and skin irritation showed slight and very rapidly and totally reversible irritation only . See robust summaries in 7.3.1 and .3.2,
Sodium methallyl sulphonate, 500 mg humified, was applied to both
abraded and intact skin on 6 young male New Zealand White rabbits on
patches of 2.5 cm * 2.5 cm. After 24 hrs, the occlusive bandaging was
removed, After 24 hrs. minimal to slight redness was observed in 2/6
animals, and minimal to slight edema in 3/6 animals. After 72 hrs no
effects were visible. Substance need not be classified for irritative
sodium methallyl sulfonate was tested for eye irritancy in 6 male albino
rabbits. after installation if about half a milligram, redness of the
coniunctivae was observed in 6 of the animals, and a hazy cornea in one.
On dday two , redness was still visible in 3 animals, on day 3 and
beyond no signs of eye irritation were observed, The substance is
slightly irritating to the eyes, but need not be classified in view of
the slight character of the lesions and the rapid and total
protocol studies for eye and skin irritation showed skight and very
rapidly and totally reversible irritation only. See robust summaries in
7.3.1 and .3.2,
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